A huge variety of cars is on the market, but some of the best ideas were never produced. Automobile manufacturers should try to manufacture these best five concept cars and sell them to the public.
5. 1938 Phantom Corsair
This concept car was designed by Rust Heinz (yes, of ketchup fame) and Maruice Scwartz. The car had an interesting rounded design that made it long and perhaps almost phallic looking. However, the car was a great concept as six adults could comfortably travel in the car. It could also reach a speed of up to 115 miles per hour if needed. The design was scrapped when Rust Heinz passed away. A car company should try to work with the design to bring it back to the market.
4. 2007 Honda Puyo
The 2007 Honda Puyo is a concept car billed as “the car without edges.” The car is very cute and the gel that covers the outside makes it soft. The odd part about the car is that it has a joystick instead of a steering wheel. If Honda can figure out a way to make it so this car uses a steering wheel instead of a joy stick, they should market the Puyo to consumers as it will be popular with anybody who enjoys Japanese animation as it looks like a little ghost that might be found in manga or anime.
3. 1985 Daihatsu Trek
For singles who enjoy camping alone, the 1985 Daihatsu Trek would have been the perfect car. It had a single seat and was made so that the seat could fold down and the car turned into a place where somebody could sleep. While the Trek looked like a child’s toy, the off road ability would have been perfect for people who enjoy camping as it could easily be driven into the woods. Very little camping gear would be needed as the car also came with a cover to keep the driver safe from the elements.
2. 2008 Hummer HX
There are people who love Hummers, but there are probably more people who hate them because of how bad they are for the environment. The 2008 Hummer HX would have changed the fact that all Hummers are bad for the environment. While the car looked a bit strange, perhaps almost like a DeLorean with a raised roof, the car was fuel efficient and aeronautic. This car should have pleased both Hummer lovers and environmentalists. This design should have been on the market.
1. Nissan Pivo 2
This concept car looks like something out of manga or anime. It would be popular with any fan of Japanese animation. The car could fit three or four people into the cabin. The cabin could also rotate 360 degrees. This made it unnecessary to ever go into reverse. The Nissan Pivo 2 was also designed to be economically and environmentally friendly. There was also a robotic agent as a voice in the car that was supposed to detect the mood of the driver and give programmed responses. The car should be marketed, but it does not have to have a robotic agent. After all, who wouldn’t be cheerful when seeing such a cute car that looks like a bubble on wheels?