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The 7th Dream Car from the Top 10: Corvette XP 700

Greetings, fellow car enthusiasts! Today, we're diving into the exhilarating world of concept cars to explore the 7th dream car from our top 10 list: the iconic Corvette XP 700. This marvel of automotive ingenuity isn't just a car; it's a bold statement of innovation and design. So, buckle up and join us on a journey through the history, craftsmanship, and legacy of this extraordinary vehicle. A Visionary Design: The Birth of the Corvette XP 700 In 1958, under the visionary guidance of GM's Chief Designer Bill Mitchell, the Corvette XP 700 was born. This stunning concept car was more than just a prototype; it was a glimpse into the future of automotive design. Built using many components from the 1958 Corvette, the XP 700 featured a long nose with a centered Corvette logo, Grand Prix-styled side vents, and a unique bubbletop canopy. Its sleek red exterior and cutting-edge features made it an instant sensation. Pushing the Boundaries of Innovation One of the most strikin

The 7th Concept Car from the Top 17: Audi Avus

Welcome to the exhilarating world where innovation meets passion, and classic craftsmanship converges with cutting-edge technology. In the spotlight today is the extraordinary Audi Avus, a concept sports car that left an indelible mark on automotive history. Buckle up as we embark on a riveting journey through the legacy, design, and unique features of the 7th concept car in our top 17 series. Unveiling a Masterpiece: The Audi Avus  Picture this: Tokyo, 1991. The air is electric at the Tokyo Motor Show as Audi takes the stage to unveil the Avus. A mid-engined sports car boasting a W12 engine, it was a vision of automotive magnificence. While the Avus never went into series production, its significance as a concept study became the harbinger of Audi's future developments. A Nod to Racing Legends: Design Inspired by Auto Union The Avus's allure begins with its design, a meticulous creation by J Mays. Drawing inspiration from the Auto Union race cars of the 1930s, it features unpa

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1985 Audi Sport Quattro: The Group B Homologation Special

In Austria in 1980, just a year after four-wheel drive cars became eligible to compete in the WRC, Audi debuted the first Quattro rally car and forever changed the sport. Over the next half of the decade (and onwards, if you count the Pikes Peak specials), these Audis would be subjected to a period of rapid iterative evolution that led to the short-wheelbase Sport Quattro models that helped define the infamously fast and dangerous era of Group B rallying. The relatively lax nature of the Group B regulations gave rise to a number of downright ferocious cars from Audi’s competitors (most notable being Lancia and Peugeot), and while it was not the most successful nor technologically advanced of these top tier cars by the end of the Group B era, the Sport Quattro is a worthy poster child for the lot of them—being first to the punch has its advantages. The advent of the Group B class provided manufacturers with practically every leeway imaginable given they adhered to a basic s

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Audi e-bike Wörthersee | 11kg, 50 mph (80 kph), 70Km Range

The Audi e-bike Wörthersee is a high-performance sports machine for sporty people. Its design reflects the concentrated dynamism of the brand, with CFRP playing a major role in its ultra-lightweight design principle. The changed role that the car will adopt in the mobility of tomorrow is creating space in the world’s major cities for new means of transport – for lean, lightweight and efficient vehicles with two, three or four wheels, for e-pedelecs, e-skateboards, e-trikes or even e-quads. Audi designers are picking up on this trend and transferring it into the brand’s progressive design language. One example of this is the Audi e-bike Wörthersee, a study from spring 2012 conceived as a high-performance sports machine. In developing it, designers looked to the principles of motorsport – the design of the Audi e-bike is focused very much on technology, coming over as extremely precise, extremely functional and extremely emotional. The frame and the rear swingarm are made en

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