Geneva gallery: tantalising concepts

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  1. The achingly beautiful Maserati Alfieri Concept explores the design DNA of future Maseratis.
  2. The quirky Quant e-Sportlimousine is built around groundbreaking nanoFlowcell electric powertrain technology that claims to store and release electrical energy at very high energy densities.
  3. This beastly creature, dubbed PassoCorto, is what you get when you ask students at Italian design institution IED to create the Hyundai of their dreams. Image: Newspress
  4. Ermini is making a comeback with the Seiottosei prototype that aims to revive the legendary Italian Barchetta-type car made famous by the Mille Miglia. Image: Newspress
  5. With its charismatic design that includes butterfly doors up front and gullwing doors at the back, the Italdesign Giugiaro Clipper Concept brings some flair to the MPV realm. Image: Newspress
  6. The hydrogen-powered Hyundai Intrado concept explores future design trends for SUVs.
  7. Subaru Viziv 2 Concept. Image: Newspress
  8. Based on the newly revealed third-generation TT, the sport concept takes the EA888 2-litre turbopetrol engine to new heights, with modifications lifting its output to 309kW. Image: Newspress
  9. Wagons can be gorgous: presenting the Volvo Concept Estate. Image: Newspress
  10. Volkswagen T-Roc Concept: Will the next Tiguan look anything like this? Image: Newspress

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