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Why Concept Cars?

Manufacturers use concept cars to showcase new technology and styling, and to gauge customer reaction. These are known as show cars, production-intent vehicles, and prototype vehicles. They are often radical designs that employ non-traditional exotic or expensive materials. Concept designs are changed and finalized prior to entering production often due to practicality, regulatory compliance, unprofitability, and safety reasons.

Most drawings, computer designs, and concept cars never evolve past scale models. Many are non-operational and without drivetrains or working accessories. If the concept is drivable, the drivetrain is often sourced from a production vehicle within the same company.

After the concept car has served its purpose, they are usually destroyed.

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Duesenberg Model D Concept Information
1966 Duesenberg Model D

The saying, making a name for yourself allows for progression at ones own pace, define your goals and expectations, and make adjustments along the way. The original Duesenberg Company had built an......
Duesenberg Twelve Cylinder Prototype Concept Information
1936 Duesenberg Twelve Cylinder Prototype

In the mid-1930s, Cord Corporation designed a less expensive Duesenberg to offset the decline brought on by The Great Depression. This was labeled The Baby Duesenberg Project. Since the Auburn was popular......
Duesenberg Model Y Concept Information
1927 Duesenberg Model Y

Duesenberg Motors was acquired by E.L. Cord of Auburn Automobile Company in Auburn, Indiana, in 1926. Mr. Cords intention for his newly acquired car company was to transform it producing the worlds......

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