From Fashion-Inspired Car Models to Autonomous Printed Vehicles

By: Jana Pijak - Nov 26, 2016
These November 2016 auto concepts range from fashionable luxury vehicles to autonomous printed cars that are designed to be both compact and inexpensive. While standouts like the 'WiGo' -- the world's first self-driving, 3D-printed vehicle targets urban dwellers while offering an interesting rideshare solution for those who don't own a car -- Volkswagen's autonomous coupe concept reimagines luxury with a windshield-free design aesthetic.

Other notables this month include immersive supercar displays and compact carbon fiber cars along with sophisticated hearse concepts that dispel strereotypes often associated with the gloomy vehicle.

Additional November 2016 auto concepts range from artful automotive pop-ups like a brand activation that unveiled the new Toyota C-HR model along with supercomputer vehicle interfaces like OnStar Go's newly updated system which is integrated with IBM's Watson.