Rinspeed iChange Concept Rings In At $1.2 MillionS

You can't put a price on a great concept car. Unless it's the Rinspeed iChange, which cost €1 MIllion to create for its Geneva Motor Show debut.

Rinspeed iChange Concept Rings In At $1.2 MillionS

Rinspeed iChange Concept Rings In At $1.2 MillionS

Rinspeed iChange Concept Rings In At $1.2 MillionS

Rinspeed iChange Concept Rings In At $1.2 MillionS

Rinspeed iChange Concept Rings In At $1.2 MillionS

Rinspeed iChange Concept Rings In At $1.2 MillionS

Rinspeed iChange Concept Rings In At $1.2 MillionS

Rinspeed iChange Concept Rings In At $1.2 MillionS

Rinspeed iChange Concept Rings In At $1.2 MillionS

Rinspeed iChange Concept Rings In At $1.2 MillionS

Rinspeed iChange Concept Rings In At $1.2 MillionS

Rinspeed iChange Concept Rings In At $1.2 MillionS

Rinspeed iChange Concept Rings In At $1.2 MillionS

Rinspeed iChange Concept Rings In At $1.2 MillionS

Rinspeed iChange Concept Rings In At $1.2 MillionS

Rinspeed iChange Concept Rings In At $1.2 MillionS

Rinspeed iChange Concept Rings In At $1.2 MillionS

Rinspeed iChange Concept Rings In At $1.2 MillionS

As with most Rinspeed concepts, the iChange does what other cars can't do. Ignoring the gimmicky iPod-control, the iChange transforms from a single-seater to a three-seater, adjusting the aerodynamic profile based on the number of passengers. This price, approximately one million Euros, includes the cost of "promoting" the vehicle as well, though we're guessing a bit more was spent on the shrinking profile than the brochures.

[World Car Fans via Freep]