Check Out Three Of The Most Insane And Innovative Concept Cars From 2016

These cars could be in our near future, here's hoping

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Technology is constantly evolving. We can barely keep up with our phones much less anything else and it’s a similar story when it comes to the latest developments in the world of automotive technology.

The likes of Mercedes, McLaren and Rolls Royce dip their toe in the prototype pool often, going all out with futuristic designs of what we could all be driving in the next few years.Anything is possible and judging from these three prototypes, there are some exciting changes to come.

Here are three of the most insane car concepts to star in 2016:

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Rolls-Royce VISION NEXT 100

According to a press release from the company, the car features include:

Eleanor – A Siri-like, artificial intelligence that acts as a robot chauffeur with a sixth sense for predicting what will happen on the roads before you leave the house.

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Silk Sofas plus no steering wheel, Eleanor has it handled.

A zero-emission, hover-like driving experience

 

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McLaren 675LT JVCKenwood

Created for the CES 2016 consumer electronics show in Las Vegas, this car is based on their Coupe but comes with a pile of advanced bells and whistles.

Full digital cockpit experience with aerodynamic digital cameras instead of wing mirrors.  

Fighter plane inspired graphics.

Plus, and this is the best part. The steering wheel looks exactly like a video game controller from the eighties.

 

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Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6

It looks like a classic aero-coupe design but it is so much more. The rear of the car is meant to resemble a luxury yacht. Baby got back.

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Features include:

According to the press release, “the front windscreen serves as a transparent display: driving-related data and geographical information is shown across its full width, augmenting the outside world with additional information.”

Its also an electric car with an acceleration of 0-100km/h in under four seconds.

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Loaded staff writer Danielle De La Bastide has lived all over the planet and written for BuzzFeed, Thought Catalog as well as print publications throughout the Caribbean.