Top 5 concept cars of 2013 Detroit Auto Show

by SpeedLux

This year at Detroit Auto Show automakers are more focusing on concept cars. Here are the top 5 concept cars showcased in the event.

Acura NSX

Acura NSX futuristic supercar was first debuted at last year’s Detroit Auto Show. The 2013 update is one step closer to what will be seen after it hits the road in 2015. It features two-seat coupe and is powered by V6 engine.

Hyundai HCD-14 Genesis

This future Genesis luxury sedan features suicide-style rear doors and is powered by V8-powered HCD-14 engine. By simply looking at the infotainment system controls several functions, instead of moving hand.

Via Motors X-Trux

Rated with 70 mpg fuel economy, the Via Motors X-Trust is a plug-in hybrid powertrain that can be compared to the Chevrolet Volt ones. It looks like an off-road truck.

Toyota Corolla Furia

Remember Corolla is one of the most successful cars across the world and the upcoming Corolla Furia is sure to give a change concept in next generation cars. The edgy and dramatic styling of it will be able to grab more potential customers than its predecessor.

Nissan Resonance

Inspired by innovation era, the Nissan Resonance is a hybrid-powered car with VIP lounge interior design. It looks similar to Nissan crossovers with funky Juke.

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