• fb_1598455555 avatar Tiyo Posted: 3/14/2011 4:42am PDT

    Ford B-Max attracts my interest by its simple look and spacious interior. I think it is suitable for highly-populated area, where traffic jam often occurs. Meaning that by its ability to carry more people, it limits the number of cars on the street.

  • Ashley Posted: 4/4/2011 11:26pm PDT

    Very unique and fascinating stuff here. Thank you! Wow some of these are crazy. Okay, the Ford B-Max and Mazda Minagi - not my kind of cars but great ideas, and they both look nice.
    Two cars really stick out as insane. The first is the Saab PhoeniX. It definitely looks nice. But it seems like the top half of the car is... nonexistent. Those windows are tiny. The roof seems really low. Doesn't appear to have much room.
    The second is the BMW Vision ConnectedDrive. What in the world?! Those interior pictures look like the car came out of TRON. Very unique, possibly an awesome car... but is this the generation for it? It seems ahead of everything else in this world.
    I have to admit I do not like the looks (exterior) of the Nissan ESFLOW (and I really like Nissan), Infiniti Etherea, or Alfa Romeo. The Volkswagen Bulli... uhhh, what is that? This carbus as I'll call it should at least have more comfortable seats. Those look painful. With better seats and some minor exterior changes (less bus-like), this could be a good carbus.
    But this is just my opinion. These are quite the love 'em or hate 'em.
    I just don't like Minis, so no comment.
    I'm going to guess the Rolls-Royce has that gigantic front because of those batteries. It really looks strange.
    The Toyota FT-86 looks amazing. I don't like Toyota but I have to give credit. This exterior created by the combined efforts of Toyota and Subaru looks fantastic.
    Again, just an opinion... don't be offended