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Pictures of concept cars from car shows, car museums and classic car auctions across the U.S.
Concept cars and prototypes are used by car makers to create public interest, to measure public opinion, and sometimes to convince the decision-makers of the industry to introduce a radically new vehicle. Concepts cars are usually designed and built in great secrecy and unveiled at major car shows. Many of the concept cars introduced in the Forties and Fifties, with the "futuristic" rocket shapes and plexiglass bubbles seem almost cartoonish now but were the dreams and projections of what automobiles would look like cruising down the automated, hands-off-driving of the future.