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 2003 Peugeot 907
 2009 Peugeot BB1
 Pix Phantom
 1954 Plymouth Belmont 1
 1954 Plymouth Belmont 2
 1954 Plymouth Belmont 3
 1954 Plymouth Ghia Explorer 1
 1954 Plymouth Ghia Explorer 2
 1958 Plymouth Cabana
 1959 Plymouth Sport Fury
 1960 Plymouth NXR
 1961 Plymouth Asymmetrica
 1993 Plymouth Prowler


 1999 Pontiac GTO
 2005 Pontiac
 2005 Pontiac
 2005 Pontiac Solstice
 2006 Pontiac G6
 2009 Pontiac Firebird
 2010 Pontiac G8 Sport 1
 2010 Pontiac G8 Sport 2
 Pontiac Solstice
 1983 Pontiac 959
 Porsche Traveller 1
 Porsche Traveller 2


Peugeot Concept Car Thumbnail
Plymouth Concept Car Thumbnail

Concept cars generally are meant to be show cars where designers are allowed to include such things as rounded corners, flowing lines, oversize windows, and new technological advances still too costly to include in cars sold to the public. Sometimes items are included even though they might not even work. The overall appearance of the car must be compelling enough for the media and they public to accept that this car has potential to become real in the future. The more the manufacturer can say, for example, that this new windshield design or this new engine will be in our car next year or two years down the road, the more the public will accept it and the more likely sales will occur.

General Motors have brought out many concept cars with the Pontiac label over the years. Pontiac, however, is taking it on the chin as it is set to be discontinued as a branded car. Nevertheless, the vehicle has thousands of fans around the world and it is likely to remain a favorite for those who buy used cars and bring them back to life again. The GTO and Bonneville, for example, are still likely to be seen in many future car shows.

The Porsche Traveller is not an official Porsche concept car and some have called it "very ugly" in appearance. But from drawings of cars like the Traveller, a designer can use his imagination to increase the window height, lengthen the hood, or change the main lines just a bit and the Traveller could reach the acceptable stage for an actual prototype to be built. The good car designer does not automatically rule anything out without due inspection and, in his imagination, he sets his own inspection limits.

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Deena's Concept Car Pictures



INDEX "P"



 2003 Peugeot 907
 2009 Peugeot BB1
 Pix Phantom
 1954 Plymouth Belmont 1
 1954 Plymouth Belmont 2
 1954 Plymouth Belmont 3
 1954 Plymouth Ghia Explorer 1
 1954 Plymouth Ghia Explorer 2
 1958 Plymouth Cabana
 1959 Plymouth Sport Fury
 1960 Plymouth NXR
 1961 Plymouth Asymmetrica
 1993 Plymouth Prowler


 1999 Pontiac GTO
 2005 Pontiac
 2005 Pontiac
 2005 Pontiac Solstice
 2006 Pontiac G6
 2009 Pontiac Firebird
 2010 Pontiac G8 Sport 1
 2010 Pontiac G8 Sport 2
 Pontiac Solstice
 1983 Pontiac 959
 Porsche Traveller 1
 Porsche Traveller 2


Peugeot Concept Car Thumbnail
Plymouth Concept Car Thumbnail

Concept cars generally are meant to be show cars where designers are allowed to include such things as rounded corners, flowing lines, oversize windows, and new technological advances still too costly to include in cars sold to the public. Sometimes items are included even though they might not even work. The overall appearance of the car must be compelling enough for the media and they public to accept that this car has potential to become real in the future. The more the manufacturer can say, for example, that this new windshield design or this new engine will be in our car next year or two years down the road, the more the public will accept it and the more likely sales will occur.

General Motors have brought out many concept cars with the Pontiac label over the years. Pontiac, however, is taking it on the chin as it is set to be discontinued as a branded car. Nevertheless, the vehicle has thousands of fans around the world and it is likely to remain a favorite for those who buy used cars and bring them back to life again. The GTO and Bonneville, for example, are still likely to be seen in many future car shows.

The Porsche Traveller is not an official Porsche concept car and some have called it "very ugly" in appearance. But from drawings of cars like the Traveller, a designer can use his imagination to increase the window height, lengthen the hood, or change the main lines just a bit and the Traveller could reach the acceptable stage for an actual prototype to be built. The good car designer does not automatically rule anything out without due inspection and, in his imagination, he sets his own inspection limits.

CONCEPT CAR PICTURES INDEX

A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z


Custom Search

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Last Updated: October 15, 2012