Forgotten Cars

Discover forgotten concept cars as well as iconic vehicles that changed the automotive industry. Read everything you need to know about models unveiled in the past and see the full details or photo galleries.

Laurens van den Acker of Mazda’s Design Division, General Manager for Hiroshima, Japan laid down the gauntlet of design challenges to the three global Mazda Design Teams as soon as...
by - January 19, 2016
With 650 hp, a top speed of 360 km per hour, and acceleration capability from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in only 3 seconds, it is easy to see...
by - January 18, 2016
Aznom commissioned Spadavetturesport to build the Spada Codatronca Monza, and in 2012 it was proudly revealed to all at the Geneva Auto Show. As a futuristic super car, it certainly...
by - January 13, 2016
When the Jaguar XJR-15 was unveiled in November 1990, the production version of another Jaguar – the XJ220 – is due in the next 12 months and was approved two...
by - January 11, 2016
Pontiac Banshee Coupe concept never really reached production as it was cut off because it was deemed too similar to the Corvette. Created by John DeLorean, the Banshee Coupe was...
by - January 1, 2016
If history had been different, the Lagonda Vignale could have been the car that was developed by Aston Martin but instead, the company chose to invest in the DB7 model...
by - December 31, 2015
The Chicago Auto Show in February 1970 witnessed the unveiling of a completely new look concept car for Ford Mustang. The Milano gave a hint of what was to come...
by - December 30, 2015
CERVIII was Chevrolet’s final attempt at a mid-engine Corvette concept. Inspired by the Corvette Indy released four years prior to the CERVIII, this vehicle was designed to be driven. Jam...
by - December 29, 2015
Meet what is considered as one of the highest expressions of Maybach's individualization strategy of offering specific solutions as requested by customers – the Maybach Exelero high-performance show car. Unveiled...
by - December 21, 2015
The uniqueness of the Devon GTX stems from its carbon fiber structure and the architectural surfaces that are part of its bold design. There is also the tactility and the...
by - December 14, 2015
The Phantom Corsair is considered one of the classics. When it was launched, its design was truly unconventional and very futuristic. In fact, its target market even had a hard...
by - December 7, 2015
Have ever heard of Porsche 959? Car enthusiasts as well as those who were already driving back in the 1980s would have. After all, the twin-turbocharged 959 was, around three...
by - November 30, 2015
It was in the 1960s that there seemed to be an unusually rapid advancement of how cars were designed. Leading this movement was Lamborghini as its 350 and 400 GT...
by - November 12, 2015
If you consider yourself a true car aficionado, you may recognize the Miura from Lamborghini as the first supercar in the world. But have you heard about the Miura Spinto...
by - October 22, 2015
It has been 25 years since the Mercedes-Benz 500 E first appeared at the Paris Motor Show in October 1990. Despite that, the saloon still carries the same irresistible charm...
by - October 21, 2015
Until the McLaren F1 arrived in 1994, the title of the fastest production car had been held by the Jaguar XJ220 with its top speed of 350 km/h or 217...
by - October 20, 2015
The 40-year wait is finally over as the one-off Lamborghini Miura Spyder – known as the ‘Lamborghini Bertone Miura Roadster’ -- makes a grand comeback. We received this confirmation from...
by - October 9, 2015
Italdesign Giugiaro stopped at nothing until it was able to transform two W12 concept cars into becoming the fastest cars worldwide with its systems that led to the highest levels...
by - October 8, 2015
Italdesign’s Giorgetto and Fabrizio Giugiaro pay homage to the Chevrolet Corvette’s 50-year reign as the epitome of the American sports car with their Moray project, which was launched at the...
by - October 8, 2015
When the Mustang by Giugiaro was unveiled at the 2006 Los Angeles Auto Show, it marked a milestone in the history of coachbuilding. As soon as Italdesign – Giugiaro caught...
by - October 6, 2015
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