5 Amazing Concept Cars From the New York Auto Show That You’ll See In The Hamptons One Day

We all know that we are going to find these cars roaming the streets of the Hamptons when they hit production. But in the mean time, it’s worth having a look at these amazing concept cars from the New York Auto Show.

HCD-14 Genesis (2013)
It is a concept vehicle with 5.0 Tau GDi engine, 8-speed automatic transmission, ceramic-lined exhaust, cooling fins integrated into ultra-wide exhaust tips, rear door in rear-hinged configuration, eye-tracking and gesture-based controls, five-link front and rear suspension, multi-mode power steering system, low-profile performance tires, yaw-control system provides multiple driver-selected options for changing road conditions and driving preferences.

The Resonance concept was created under the guidance of Shiro Nakamura, senior vice president and chief creative officer of Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., and features an efficient, hybrid-electric drivetrain that includes Nissan’s proprietary “one-motor, two-clutch” system. That system combines a smaller displacement internal combustion gasoline engine with an electric motor, lithium-ion battery and advanced management system.

2013 Lincoln MKC Concept

Its sophisticated, dynamic design wraps tightly over the defined musculature of a capable crossover platform. From within, inviting technologies embrace occupants with welcoming warmth. Introducing the next exciting chapter of the Lincoln Motor Company story. The pushbutton shift returns, inviting occupants to share the expansive space with each other, not a gearshift. SYNC with MyLincoln Touch also returns, further enhancing interior intimacy with intuitive voice and touchscreen controls.

2013 Acura NSX Concept
The Acura NSX is a hybrid-electric supercar, and a revival of the original Acura NSX from 1991–2005. The new concept retained the 2-door coupe, mid-engine, with an all-wheel drive formula. Weight is kept down through the use of a high-tech platform made from lightweight materials. Power comes from a V6 mounted behind the two occupants that sends its power to the rear wheels and is augmented by an electric motor. Acura’s SH-AWD incorporates one electric motor in a dual-clutch transmission, forming a hybrid setup. Additionally, two more motors can instantly send negative or positive torque to the front wheels during cornering for improved handling and efficiency. Acura claims the new all-wheel-drive system will provide super car acceleration while offering better efficiency. Acura did not disclose how much horsepower its V6 engine and three electric motors will produce.

Volkswagen revealed the Volkswagen Crossblue Concept SUV. Which Volkswagen plans to have it replace the Routan by 2015. The Volkswagen CrossBlue is a concept diesel hybrid-electric midsize SUV that slots between the less expensive Volkswagen Tiguan and the more expensive Volkswagen Touareg.

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