10 Upcoming Future Cars And Bikes YOU MUST SEE

10 Upcoming Future Cars And Bikes YOU MUST SEE

As cars become aesthetically more like smart devices and smartphones, with their sleek designs and electrical capabilities, more of them are showing up at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) every year.

 

Toyota LQ

 

According to Toyota, the LQ concept highlights the idea that “mobility goes beyond physical transportation to include the human need to be moved and engaged emotionally.”

 

BMW Vision DC Roadster

The Bavarian manufacturer’s first electric jolt in the thunderstorm of current electric machines, this Vision DC Roadster maintains the BMW identity without the boxer flat-twin by having some lateral width to mimic the classic internal-combustion architecture. If you take a look from above, you will see the gaping hole in the aluminum frame and through this hole you can see the longitudinally oriented battery. The design doesn’t need to take into account a gas tank and that, in addition to the Duolever fork, makes this positively futuristic. The nod to the exposed drive shaft and boxer width blur the lines between BMW tradition and modernity.

Audi AI:ME

The Audi AI:ME is a fully automated vehicle that boasts “empathetic AI.” That means the Knight Rider-like concept will eventually be able to know its driver’s preferences and adapt to their needs without being prompted.

 

BMW Autonomous R 1200 GS

BMW also jumped in on the self-driving CES spectacle with this R 1200 GS. Like Honda, BMW is hoping to propel the motorcycle industry forward with this tech marvel. The bike starts, stops, turns, accelerates, and slows without a rider on board. It is kind of unnerving to see, knowing that a machine can do these things without human intervention, but this tech is not meant to remove the rider from the equation, rather, it is meant to aid the rider and increase safety.

 

Honda Augmented Driving Concept

Many of the concepts this year also touched on the wonder of exploration that cars bring us, and how this experience can be enhanced with automation.

“To respond quickly to the user’s curiosity, the autonomous driving system is constantly on standby, ready to intervene and control the vehicle when needed,” Honda says.

This year, Honda introduced its Augmented Driving Concept “to address the cultural transition to autonomous vehicles.”

 

Ducati XDiavel-based draXter

The folks of the Advanced Design area of the Ducati Design Center (responsible for exploring future style and design concepts) developed the draXter shown here. Brakes and suspension are plucked from the Panigale and the Pirelli rubber sprinkles a bit more of the yellow accents from end to end. The “90” is a nod to when Ducati celebrated its 90th anniversary and the overall design accentuates the lines of the XDiavel it is constructed around.

 

Mercedes-Benz Vision AVTR

Mercedes’ concept is largely based on a future in which organic battery technology has made transport more sustainable and biometric technology allows people to interact with vehicles like never before.

The Vision ATVR’s 110 kW/h battery uses “a revolutionary battery technology based on graphene-based organic cell chemistry that is completely clean of rare earths and metals,” Mercedes says.

 

Suzuki Falcorustyco

Oh, the ’80s. Big hair and even bigger ideas of what the future of the motorcycle industry, and the future in general, was perceived to look like. At the 1985 Tokyo Motor Show, Suzuki had this Tron-like two-wheeled machine on display. In a previous report on Cycle World, this concept was “powered by a supposed square-four four-stroke with three cams and packed with ‘hydraulic drive,’ hub-center steering, etc., all of it was ‘so advanced in its development that it could be produced almost immediately,’ said Suzuki.” While we, of course, don’t see these on the roads now, maybe Suzuki will revive this idea for the future.

 

Sony Vision S

Sony, better known for its gaming consoles and home electronics, unveiled the first car in the company’s history at CES, the Vision S.

 

MV Agusta Superveloce 800 Concept

The Italian bikemaker MV Agusta showcased the Superveloce 800 concept at the EICMA Show.MV being MV has blended classic styling elements with futuristic design. For example, the bullet-shaped headlight houses LED headlamps, but has yellow lenses, enhancing the vintage appeal. Then there’s the LED DRL mounted right behind the instrument console.This 798cc inline three-cylinder liquid-cooled motor produces 110PS of power and 83Nm of torque, mated to a 6-speed gearbox.

 

Nissan Ariya Concept

Nissan‘s zero-emission Ariya concept is one of the few design concepts at the show whose company claimed could be just around the corner.

“The Ariya Concept is not a concept car designed from far off ideas, but rather a car that embodies Nissan Intelligent Mobility at its core and highlights a promise of an entirely new driving experience on the horizon,” said Yasuhiro Yamauchi.

 

Kymco SuperNEX

If you thought electric two-wheelers were boring, well, you’re in for a surprise. Taiwanese brand, Kymco Motors showcased its electric superbike concept called the SuperNEX at this year’s EICMA Show in Milan.SuperNEX can go from 0 to 100km/hr in 2.9 seconds, from 0 to 200km/hr in 7.5 seconds and from 0 to 250km/hr in 10.9 seconds. Such insane performance at any speed is simply irresistible.so it really Worths waiting!