One of the best parts of any major auto show for many people who go are the conceptcars. Often concept cars never come market, but they do at times hint at future design directions and features we will see on vehicles eventually. You also never know, sometimes concept cars do come to the real world.
The big show that's been going on this month is the 2013 Beijing Auto Show. Several Asian automotive manufacturers have unveiled new concept cars at the show including Toyota, Nissan, and others. If you want to see the cool concept cars that were unveiled the show, we've compiled a list of some of the coolest.
These concept cars run the gamut from exotic sports cars to people haulers. Some of these cars were certainly never make it to production, but a few have already been tipped to becoming a dealer showrooms at some point in the future. Check out the list of some of the best concept cars seen in Beijing this year.
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