Just inside the main entrance to Pebble Beach is the Concept Lawn. Only the best concepts in the world are invited, and we were there as they rolled in. Here they are in no particular order, so tell us your favorite in the comments below.
Bugatti La Voiture Noir “The Black Car”
This masterpiece is 1 of 1 and inspired by the classic Type 57. It was built for a private individual who paid $19 Million for it.
The return of DeTomaso has been a secret project by our friends at Apollo. It has an FIA approved chassis, manual transmission, and your name on it!
Nostalgia by NMOTO
Everyone missed their chance to buy an original BMW R7 because only one was built. That is why NMOTO builds a modern interpretation on a new BMW R9T chassis. Not only is it fuel-injected, but it is also the first motorcycle ever invited to the concept lawn.
Bentley EXP 100 GT
Here is Bentley’s vision of an autonomous future. It will be used to influence new styling and technology for years to come.
Porsche Formula E Works Race Car
Porsche is diving headlong into electric technology, and their Formula E has influenced the upcoming Taycan electric sedan.
BMW Vision M Next
This is what BMW envisions as the future of their M Performance brand. It takes inspiration from the i8 and M1, and has a hybrid powertrain.
Ford GT MKII
Customers who wanted more performance on the track now have what they asked for. The 2020 Ford GT MKII is a track-only supercar.
Acura has used the Type S to distinguish their high-performance models, but we didn’t have time to investigate it.
Pagani Zonda C12
This restored Pagani Zonda C12 is basically brand new. It was the first car to be restored at the factory as part of the “Pagani Rinascimento” program.
Pagani Huayra BC Roadster
The Huayra BC Roadster is named after Benny Caiola, a close friend of Mr. Pagani, and his first customer.
Karma SC1 Vision
This electric roadster that shares some hardware with the Revero GT. The windshield and cowl are inspired by Howard Hughes 1935 H1 Racing Plane
McLaren GT by MSO
Yes, McLaren builds more than sports cars. The GT is a comfortable cruiser with room for your luggage or groceries.
Gunther Werks 400R
This 993 series Porsche 911 is all carbon fiber, and it is a work of art inside and out.
This is the car that could change the world. Lotus has built the world’s most powerful series-production car.
Audi R8 LMS GT2
Audi takes racing very seriously. After winning the Nürburgring this year, they developed this new R8 GT2 to take on the world.
Which of these would you like to take home? I would choose a twin-supercharged methanol injected Ferrari Hydroplane: