Concept cars that never hit the mainstream

Mazda Nagare: Unveiled at the 2006 Los Angeles Auto Show, the Mazda Nagare concept vehicle has a beautifully futuristic design.

Mini Superleggera Vision: It was one of the more anticipated vehicles of recent years.

Honda Fuya-Jo: Somewhere between a street cleaner and a bus, the Honda Fuya-Jo debuted at the 1999 Tokyo Auto show.

BMW GINA: Covered in spandex to protect the vehicle from water and change in temperature, this highly experimental BMW was unveiled in 2008. 

Cadillac Sixteen: This 2003 concept vehicle was the winner of an in-house competition at General Motors. 

Jaguar C-X75: This hybrid plug-in two seater with 778 horsepower was first shown off at the 2010 Paris Motor Show. 

Spyker D12 Peking-to-Paris: Dutch automaker Spyker unveiled this luxury crossover SUV at the 2006 Geneva Auto Show.

Frisky Family Three: Part of the peculiarly small British line of Medows Frisky cars, the three-wheeled vehicle debuted at the 1958 Earls Court.

Maybach Exelero: Made by Mercedez-Benz subsidiary Maybach-Motorenbau GmbH, this beautiful concept car was intended to reach 350.

Infiniti Essence: The hybrid sports car was unveiled at the 2009 Geneva Auto Show for Infiniti's 20th anniversary.

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