hybrid concept

I guess it's inevitable. But I truly didn't start this list with any intent of crowning a champion or to actually proclaim one car as superior to any other car; however, it just so happens that's the way I feel about the number one vehicle on my list. Actually, there are a lot of reasons why the Infinity Essence deserves the number one spot. In fact, I can think of 592 reasons.

Bet you didn't see this one coming. The next vehicle to join my list of hybrid concept cars is from a very unlikely place: Hungary. Not that there's anything wrong with Hungary, by any means, but you've got to admit that it's not the first place you think of when you're talking about automotive technology and manufacturing.

So far, you may have noticed that the hybrid cars on my list -- the Toyota Volta and the Citroen C-Metisse -- have a bit of an exotic car appearance. Well, the number three car on my list of hybrid concepts may be (slightly) less exotic on the surface, but it's equally interesting under the hood. Coming in at number three is the Honda CR-Z.

Late last week I began a list of five concept cars. As I continue to count down over the upcoming week you'll see a variety of unusual cars on my list; however, the one key characteristic each of the cars must include is a hybrid power source -- or rather, power sources.

I'd be willing to bet that nearly everyone reading this post will agree that concept cars are awe-inspiring. I mean, what's not to like? Sure, sometimes they're a little far-fetched, and yes, occasionally one may come along that's wildly unpopular; however, it's more often the case that a concept car steals the show.