Concept cars are becoming slicker and sleeker by the looks of the Chevrolet Miray. Unveiled during the 2011 Seoul Motor Show in Korea, it heralds in a new and improved design for hybrid cars. It breaks the concept of the family-friendly, eco-conscious mold that has been perpetuated up until this point.
Aggressively futuristic, the Chevrolet Miray is a topless, two-seater sports car. It is powered by a small turbocharged four cylinder engine and two electric motors. Although its driving performance and high fuel efficiency is impressive, car experts were mostly impressed with the Chevrolet Miray's exceptional interior styling. It was inspired by iconic GM designs from the past, such as the 1962 Corvair Super Spyder and the 1963 Monza SS, but with modern tweaks, of course.