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April 07, 2015 13:07

Car manufacturers, sometimes, make imaginary concept cars, which never see day light. But few companies have managed to transform their fancy concept cars into production form.

Here are 10 cars that stayed true to their concept.

Land Rover Range Rover Evoque - In 2008, Land Rover, the British luxury SUV maker, unveiled the LRX Hybrid concept. It was speculated that the concept will unlikely to transform into production phase. However, Land Rover launched the 2012 Range Rover Evoque, which looks identical to the LRX Hybrid concept. View more land rover cars.

BMW i8 - The German luxury carmaker showcased the i8 concept in 2011 and had announced to launch production-spec model. The concept looked futuristic, and everyone believed that the production model would be different from the concept. But, BMW proved everyone wrong and introduced the i8 with same gull-wing doors, open c-pillars and crazy color scheme. Interestingly, the production-spec model looks better than the concept. View more bmw cars.

2012 Audi A7- In 2009, Audi showcased the Sportback Concept which eventually was transformed into the new Audi A7. The Ingolstadt based maker launched the new A7 saloon that looks exact replica of the Sportback concept. The saloon is now among the top-selling cars in its league. View more audi cars.

Ford Figo Aspire - The American automaker, Ford unveiled the Figo compact sedan concept at the 2014 Delhi Motor Show. The concept shown sport aggressive creases, smart fascia and unreal front fascia. But, the company surprised us with the production spec Figo Aspire compact sedan, which looks identical to the concept.

2014 Jaguar F-Type - In 2011, Jaguar unveiled the C-X16 concept which many hoped to see in the production form. Jaguar didn't disappoint us, and eventually launched the F-Type sports car. The 2014 F-Type, available in both convertible and coupe form, looks identical to the concept. View more jaguar cars.

New Acura NSX- The new generation NSX marks the return of the most iconic supercars of past quarter century. The company presented the concept in 2012, but the second concept shown in 2013 previews the possible interior of car. And, we are happy to say that the new NSX interiors remain true to the concept.

2013 Ford Escape - The previous generation Escape was popular for its rugged, Land-Rover-inspired look. In 2011, the company showed the Vertrek concept with exceptionally sleek, unrugged and appealing looks. The 2013 Escape was launched one year after the concept, and it surprised many as it looked exactly like its concept.

New Nissan Murano - At the 2013 Detroit Auto Show, the Japanese maker showcased the Nissan Resonance concept that inspired the current-generation Murrano. It is hard to find out too many alternations in it, except for few tweaks made to the grille, headlamps and the rear. View more nissan cars.

2015 Ford Everest/Endeavour- Ford showcased the 2015 Everest concept at the 2014 Bangkok Motor Show, which looked closer to production-form. The company has now launched the production-spec Everest aka Endeavour in some international markets, and the production-model seems the replica of the concept. View more ford cars.

Suzuki A-Wind Concept- the Japanese carmaker unveiled the new A-segment hatchback, A-Wind concept at the Thailand International Motor Show 2013. The concept entered into production, and the production-spec model was transformed into the Celerio hatchback. The new car made global debut in India, and the car appears Xerox copy of the concept.

 

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