It’s safe to say that luxury isn’t just about slick interiors and a stalwart V6 packed in a 4-door, all-black sedan anymore. Today’s quintessential elements of luxury car-making aim for more – to not only build a lush cruiser, but also stepping stones for future luxury mobility. However, in this pursuit of comfort and innovation, only a few eventually make the cut. For reasons unknown, luxury carmakers often hold back certain beauties from making it to production. With a dozen showroom builds and flaunting some serious finesse, here are our picks of the 10 luxury concept cars we wish made it to production.
Mercedes-Benz EQ Silver Arrow
Mercedes is no slouch when it comes to consistently rolling out conceptual 4-wheeled marvels. 2018’s ‘Silver Arrow’ is Mercedes actually paying respect to the classic W125, a Grand Prix race car from 1937. Flaunting a streamlined jetliner-inspired body with deep curves and a liquid silver paint, the single-seater drives in 3 modes: Comfort, Sport, and Sport+, which can accelerate 750 HP to a brisk 250 mph. The cockpit flaunts an all-leather interior and a single seat. Ground Clearance doesn’t say much since it’s originally a sports car turned luxury concept model.