New Hyundai i30 Fastback N Concept 2019 - 2020 Review, Photos, Exhibition, Exterior and Interior

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Top 10 future transportation that will blow your mind

Plains, trains, and automobiles may have carried us through the 20th century, but these days, they’re old news. The transportation of the future will be more along the lines of magnetic levitation, jetpacks, and zip lines that fit in a backpack—and they could be here sooner than you think

10 Coolest Cars You Will See In The Near Future

► Subscribe: https://goo.gl/vHN6qB For copyright matters please contact us at: miniminter1992.29@gmail.com 10 Coolest Cars You Will See In The Near Future ► Subscribe: https://goo.gl/GmtyPv For copyright matters please contact us at: miniminter1992.29@gmail.com Everyone loves a look into the future of cars, and in today’s automotive world, there seems to be fierce completion between internal combustion engines and electric motor powered cars which are becoming more accepted as reality with high electric performance numbers that match or rival their combustion engine powered predecessors, not to mention zero emissions from electric cars. With today’s selection of the two, which one would you choose? 9. Audi Aicon – (Pronounced ‘icon’) This new Audi concept car is an all-electric car which has bleeding edge technology that has a full Level 5 autonomy. That means it’s a driverless car that has no steering wheel, no pedals, and no buttons to push. There is just a dash and interior seating. The car uses lasers and radar to see where it's going and therefore doesn't have long distance headlights. Audi boasts that this car demonstrates the ‘World of tomorrow’. 8. Icona Nucleus - Described as the “ultimate self-driving living room”, the Icona Nucleus is a fully Level 5 autonomous concept car which means that the car needs zero human interaction for its mechanical operation. It only needs the directions to where the passenger wishes to go. The mono-volume exterior which it is called is asymmetrical as the car only has one door for entry. 7. Mustang Shelby GT500 – For those who want to actually drive their car, have no fear. Just because everyone else is going autonomous, Ford is keeping it real with the all-new Mustang Shelby GT500 which is twice as more powerful as the original 1967 Mustang performance model with a rumored 772 base horsepower. 6. McLaren Senna – Most car buffs and aficionados will instantly recognize the Senna name that McLaren has given to their latest supercar offering. For those who are not familiar, the car is named after the legendary Formula 1 driver, Ayrton Senna, and is called the ultimate McLaren track car. This extreme supercar has an aggressive appearance and is a mid-engined, rear wheel drive car. 5. Pininfarina HK GT electric supercar – A lot of purists scoff at the idea of cars going electric while many others embrace the idea. The Pininfarina HK GT is a prime example of modern technology. The HK GT is powered by batteries, and comes equipped with a range extender and an "electrical controller." In true GT fashion, the roof slopes down towards the rear, leading to a sharpened rear end. 4. Renault EZ-GO – Not every car that showed up at the Geneva Motor Show was a supercar, and this entry is a little bit different but is a cool concept all around. Renault showed up with the EZ-GO which is actually a robot taxi. This design is being called a ‘socially responsible’ concept car. 3. Hyundai Le Fil Rouge – This sporty and sleek looking concept car is a Hyundai is low and wide and comes with an enormous grille at the front end with electronic LED lighting that alerts other cars and pedestrians of its presence. Right now there is no word on the powertrain as the car is an exercise in beauty and luxury for the time being. 2. BMW M8 Gran Coupe – The twin traits of classic racing design and high-class luxury are what the BMW M8 Gran Coupe Concept is all about. According to BMW, they now say that the ‘M’ stands for more, and with the M8 Gran Coupe, that is what you get. 1. Lagonda Vision Concept – The Lagonda Vision Concept BY Aston Martin is huge, with a thoroughly exaggerated rear end and huge, and sweeping curves that span the entire length of the car. The car has Level 4 autonomy, which is to say it’ll drive itself under most conditions, but if you decide to take the wheel you can giving you the best of both worlds. The steering wheel can not only move from left to right-hand drive according to need, in autonomous mode it can also retract entirely allowing front seat passengers to rotate through 180 degrees to engage in face to face conversation with those in the back. We hope you enjoyed the video. Which one of these cars was your favorite one? Let us know in the comments below. If you did enjoy the video, make sure to subscribe and you’ll be notified when we release a new one! We thank you and appreciate you for watching!

Top 5 Concept Cars of the Future

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TOP 8 NEW INSANE Concept Cars

From a Shape shifting BMW, to a Drone equipped Futuristic Van, here are 8 Insane REAL Concept Cars of 2016......... SUBSCRIBE http://goo.gl/LqNRbT ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ LINKS ROLLS ROYCE 103EX http://www.rolls-royce103ex.com/vision/ VISION MERCEDES-MAYBACH 6 http://bit.ly/2bCmPFJ ASTON MARTIN AM-RB 001 https://www.astonmartin.com/en/amrb001 MERCEDES VISION VAN http://bit.ly/2dRU8pX NISSAN BLADEGLIDER http://bit.ly/2awM3VK FARADAY FFZERO1 http://www.ff.com/ffzero1concept/ BMW VISION NEXT 100 http://www.next100.bmw/en/ RENAULT TREZOR http://bit.ly/2erNgTq ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ CREDITS PRODUCER & WRITER Wade Hutson NARRATOR BaerTaffy https://goo.gl/dWg1cn VIDEO EDITOR Robert Jackton ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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New Hyundai i30 Fastback N Concept 2019 - 2020 Review, Photos, Exhibition, Exterior and Interior

Shortly before its official world premiere at the 2018 Paris Motor Show, the All-New Hyundai i30 Fastback N has already crossed the finishing line in Paris in a record-breaking road trip starting in Rome. The professional Hyundai Motorsport drivers Thierry Neuville and Gabriele Tarquini set a world record with the first five-door hot coupe in the C-segment but there was a twist.... Neuville and Tarquini pushed the car to its limits - not by driving from the Italian to the French capital, but on the winding roads between Rome and Paris, located in western Denmark. Sitting behind the i30 Fastback N's steering wheel, it took Tarquini only 8:18.49 minutes to cover the 12.8km distance between the Danish villages, winning the race by a fraction of a second. Neuville, who is currently leading the WRC drivers' championship, and motorsport legend Tarquini, with more than 25 years of racing experience, were the perfect team on this closed road as they showcased the power of the high-performance coupe in a short film.

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