With the press days for the 2010 Paris Motor Show upon us, the deluge of photos of concept and production cars has only begun. Today’s stream of concept-car introductions included show-stoppers from Audi, Jaguar, and Lamborghini.
Each, however, was strictly introduced as a concept, with no immediate plans for production. Audi paid homage to the Ur-Quattro that debuted in 1980 with an updated Quattro concept; Jaguar’s C-X75 showcases futuristic technology advances and styling themes while echoing the XJ220; and Lamborghini’s wild Sesto Elemento makes extensive use of — you guessed it — carbon fiber.
If we could flip the switch that turns concept cars into roadgoing models, we’d green-light each one of the three. But if you could choose just one, which would it be: Audi’s updated rally car, the diesel/turbine-powered Jag, or the ultra-lightweight Lambo supercar?
Today’s Snap Judgment:
Which Paris show car should make it to production?
Let us know what you think in the comments section below.
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