Carmakers like to give us tasty show cars only to crush them two month later when nobody is looking or hide them forever in storage. But some have better luck.
Making it into production without going through a major redesign is what I mean. The Plymouth Prowler was such a vehicle, just like how the Chevy Volt isn't. Concepts are a bit on the crazy side after all, with camera mirrors, useless seats and a mostly fake power plant.
Still, if the shape is right, the public likes them and there's enough cash to back the project, they tend to go for it. But which would be your favorite concept-turned real machine?
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