Yamaha OX-2020 Supercar
Photo credit: Gaspere Conticelli
For those who don’t know, Yamaha actually created a supercar that was supposed to enter production back in 1994, called the OX99-11. It was designed by Takuya Yura, and was originally supposed to be a single seater. Featuring a carbon fiber chassis and the same OX99 engine as the F1 car, thus providing the closest experience of a pure racing car to the consumer market. Read more to see a modern variant, called the OX-2020, but designer Gaspere Conticelli.

Audi GT Concept
Photo credit: Jordan Gendler
The original Audi TT, first introduced in 1998, is a compact sports car available as a 2+2 coupé and as a two-seater roadster employing consecutive generations of the Volkswagen Group A platform, starting with the A4 (PQ34). In other words, it has a front-mounted transversely oriented engine, front-wheel drive or quattro four-wheel drive system, and fully independent front suspension using MacPherson struts. Automotive designer Jordan Gendler decided to up-size this two-door vehicle and give it a futuristic makeover. Read more for additional pictures of the Audi GT.

Mitsubishi 4000GT
Photo credit: Matthew Parsons
The Mitsubishi 3000GT, also known as the GTO and Dodge Stealth, was manufactured between 1990-1999, based on the automaker’s Sigma/Diamante. Featuring transverse mounted 3-liter, 24-valve V6 engines in naturally aspirated or with twin-turbochargers, and a front-wheel-drive layout. What if a modern version was released in the future? Meet the Mitsubishi 4000GT by Brandon Parsons. Read more for additional pictures and information.

Mercedes F1  Concept
Photo credit: Andries van Overbeeke
Automotive designer Andries van Overbeeke realizes that F1 cars may change completely after this season, so using his experienced gained as an intern at Bugatti, he created this sleek race car. It’s approximately 13-inches wider than the ones competing this upcoming season, but its wheelbase was shrunk for a more balanced aesthetic. Read more for additional pictures and information.

OP-S Concept Smartphone Synthesizer
Photo credit: GRIS Design
Based on the OP-1 portable synthesizer, the OP-S Concept smartphone by GRIS Design packs a miniature version of that into a pocket-sized device. Aside from its smartphone capabilities, it boasts a full keyboard, audio I/O with 32bit DAC, four integrated high-capacity surrounding microphones, front-facing speakers, and three cameras, perfect for a mobile recording session. Read more for additional pictures and information.

Apple iCar Autonomous Self-Driving
Photo credit: Dejan Hristov
Apple is still working on their electric car project, codenamed “Titan,” and many assume that it is going to be full self-driving. The company reportedly partnered with Volkswagen to produce an autonomous employee shuttle van based on the T6 Transporter commercial vehicle platform, but no word yet on how that collaboration is going. Read more for more pictures of a fan-made concept by automotive designer Dejan Hristov.

Samsung Patent Flexible Smartphone
Photo credit: Lets Go Digital
First, there was the Samsung Galaxy Fold and Galaxy Z Flip, but the company is already working on their successors, or at least according to the patents they filed. Samsung Display’s latest design patent including eight product sketches and was published on May 26, 2020 by the USPTO (United States Patent and Trademark Office) and the WIPO (World Intellectual Property Office). Read more for additional pictures and information.

Porsche 907 Spyder
Photo credit: Chacko Abraham
The extremely limited Porsche 918 Spyder is basically a mid-engine plug-in hybrid supercar powered by a naturally aspirated 4.6L V8 engine generating 599 hp, paired with two electric motors delivering an additional 282 hp, that produces a combined output 875 hp and 944 lb⋅ft of torque. Its 6.8 kWh lithium-ion battery pack is good for an all-electric range of 12-miles. What if the automaker built an all-electric successor? Meet the Porsche 907 Spyder by automotive designer Chacko Abraham. Read more for additional pictures.

Mercedes-Benz Redsun Hypercar
Photo credit: Wayne Jung
Wouldn’t it be great if electric cars could charge themselves while you’re driving? Meet the Mercedes-Benz Redsun. Designed by Wayne Jung, the shape of this futuristic hypercar was inspired by the Mercedes logo and has a body covered in red-colored solar panels. The entire solar array automatically tracks then when the vehicle is parked for maximum energy collection. Read more for additional pictures and information.

Rimac Scalatan Vision 2080 Hypercar
Photo credit: Maximilian Schneider
Automotive designer Maximilian Schneider envisions a hypercar unlike any other, and it’s called the Rimac Scalatan vision 2080. Not only is it powered by lithium-oxygen batteries, but it features a 3D-carboprinted chassis made of a titanium-graphite alloy encapsulated by an aerodynamic and ultra-rugged graphene outer shell. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.