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Acura concept cars: Acura Future Vehicles

Check out Acura's new "Future Vehicles" site, which goes through some pretty futuristic concept car designs.  Totally looks inspired by the batmobile to me.  Acura goes through the process of how they plan these cars, from clay models, to CAD renderings, etc.  Will Bluetooth be long gone by the time these beauties come out?

Acura Future Vehicles

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Acura sports car looks more like a corvette especially the hood. But i’m still looking forward for a more exciting and impressive acura performance parts on the auto show. Let’s just wait and see more.

Posted by: mike | May 22, 2007 9:02:22 PM

In my personal opinion the new cars need to have another fuel gasoline leaves every one poor they need to be electric or with gas Lp.

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Posted by: bruce | Aug 4, 2010 10:32:29 AM

Yeah, it looks like they really got their inspiration from batmobile. The design is very thrilling! I wonder if it runs like a real batmobile?

Posted by: Jacob Rodman | May 18, 2011 3:40:16 PM

They do have this futuristic feel to them. It makes you expect that the interiors and the electronics would be as futuristic as well. You know, holographic tachometers, an interactive dashboard, and all that.

Posted by: Stelle Courney | Jul 21, 2011 10:43:50 AM

I guess these cars must have been transported from the future to our present time! I think Bluetooth cars will surely be a hit, considering the busy schedules and day-to-day duties of people. And I believe it's a great idea to finally have a car that will allow its drivers to multi-task without sacrificing safety on the road.

Posted by: Leisa Dreps | Sep 26, 2011 10:47:21 AM