Concept cars can involve several different goals – to create brand new designs, models and functions for people looking for a new car, but they can also be a great way for a brand to show how innovative they can be, and what they can achieve. But sometimes, of course, they fail and do not manage to create what they wanted successfully. Whether they are futuristic, luxurious, or very high-tech, they can sometimes fail during the production and become less of a success. So brace yourself for some exciting and weird concepts that didn’t make it to the end the way they were supposed to.
2016 Buick Avista
Planned for a début at the 2016 North American International Auto Show, the Buick Avista was conceptualised as a 400 hp, twin-turbo 2+2 coupé and was aimed at showing a big return in force from the company Buick since the ‘50s. With its brand new and flowy design, it is also a very attractive and modern model that attracted the attention of people. Looking quite similar to an Aston-Martin, but with an American brand rather than a British one, this car was supposed to be an impressive new model. Unfortunately, it never really managed to look or play the part when it got released.