Crazy concept cars from Paris Motor Show 2018

By Vignesh Giridharan | Updated 8 Oct 2018
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The Peugeot e-LEGEND stole the show with its razor-sharp edges, dazzling LED lights, and futuristic interiors. Autonomously driven, the car features a steering wheel that can be tucked away inside the dashboard.

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The first of the three Renault self-driving concepts, the EZ-GO shows how your time is better spent working and attending moving meetings while the vehicle drives itself around town by itself. Check the single large door out!

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The second of the three Renault self-driving concepts, the EZ-ULTIMO is similar to the EZ-GO, but is envisioned more as a moving 'first-class lounge'. The interiors are made of real marble, wood panelling, leather, and dimming lights.

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The last of the three Renault self-driving concepts, the EZ-PRO is a shared robot-vehicle designed for easier logistics and last-mile delivery. At the motor show, Renault showed how one of them could be used as a self-driving coffee shop.

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Lexus calls the LF-1 Limitless Concept a flagship luxury crossover. It has LED lighting all around and boasts large 22-inch wheels. The cabin adheres to the Japanese tradition of omotenashi, which means hospitality.

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The Smart ForEase concept is based heavily on the Smart ForTwo hatchback but ditches the roof to let in sunshine and breeze. Like the Smart EQ ForTwo Cabrio, it employs a fully electric powertrain.

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The Mercedes-Benz Vision EQ Silver Arrow pays homage to the one-seater W 125, which broke the world speed record in the 1930s. The car uses a unique blend of digital and analogue elements throughout.

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Audi's PB-18 e-tron is a low-riding electric sportscar concept with a large air intake in the front and three powerful motors (one up front and two in the back). The four-wheel driven car is capapble of summoning up to 775 PS of power all in all.

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The Enverge by Chinese automaker GAC Motor features gull-wing doors and an electric drivetrain. It needs no power cords to charge, and only a compatible parking bay. Its 71kW battery has a driving range of 600km and its 350 kW charger can juice it up with 400km of range in just 10 minutes.

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