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Concept Car

The Legendary Story of the Chrysler Norseman

You might not have heard of the Norseman, but in its time the car was lauded as a turning point in the automotive world. So what happened to this promising new vehicle, and why do some treasure hunters think they can rescue it from the murky depths of time?

The 1947 Norman Timbs Special

With a 1948 Buick straight-eight engine, "Compound Carburetion" and dual exhausts hidden within a show-stopping, streamlined exterior, the 1947 Norman Timbs Special inspired thousands of designers across the world. Tune in to learn more about it.

The 1936 Stout Scarab

While it's hailed as a masterpiece today, the Stout Scarab was originally mocked for its appearance. So what makes this weird-looking car so unique? Join Scott and Ben as they take a closer look under the hood of the world's first minivan.

The 1941 Chrysler Thunderbolt

The Thunderbolt is a study in aerodynamics and minimalist art. With features that were decades ahead of its time, this concept car stands out as one of the most interesting vehicles in Chrysler's history. So what happened to it? Tune in to learn more.

Aston Martin DBC Concept: Dear Santa ...

Well, it seems as though Italian exotic car manufacturer Lamborghini pays attention to the internet rumor-mill. Just yesterday, Lamborghini released a very short statement that (at least for now) puts to rest the idea that its four-door concept car has been scrapped. If you need a quick refresher, the Lamborghini Estoque was revealed at the Paris Auto Show in October 2008. It's an all-wheel-drive, V10-powered, 500 horsepower, luxury performance sedan (or saloon, as they say across the Atlantic). So yeah, it's a sedan, but it's clearly still a Lamborghini. Anyway, if you didn't happen to read the statement from Lamborghini, here it is: "In reference to recent press coverage commenting on cancellation of its Estoque project, Lamborghini has not taken any decision to produce its Estoque concept car, the four door performance saloon concept shown at Paris motor show in 2008.