Here's something you don't see often: a tuner car more faithful to a brand image than the product it's based on. Somehow the Porsche Cayenne-based RUF Dakara manages attractive, round 911-style headlights.
Renault has a history of building some fairly taut sporting versions of regular production econo-hatchbacks. The Renault Sport Mégane RS is no exception to the rule, bringing 250 turbocharged horses to the table.
You're probably asking what RUF is thinking, developing an electric sports car, but remember way back when you asked the same thing about that small startup in Silicon Valley. RUF might be onto something.
This is the Dacia Duster concept and it's bringing a totally original, unprecedented suicide-door sport activity youth-market crossover utility design with headlights stretching to the doors to Geneva. Yes, it's a rolling modern design cliche.
Take the oddly-shaped segment-bending BMW X6, add a bunch of carbon fiber doo-dads, lower it over deep-dish wheels and name it after a Mercedes-Benz racer. The result? The Lumma Design BMW CLR X 650 GT.