Ford Concept Cars

Ford’s Future Cars

By Admin | Posted in Future Vehicles on Monday, September 29th, 2014 at 3:13 pm
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Ford Concept Cars

The concept car of 1961

The concept car of 1961

 

Did you know Ford had a two wheel concept car back in 1961? Well they did and back then it probably seemed like it was the wave of the future. Now it might seem more nerdy or even flimsy. A thin tube of a car on a potentially wobbly pair of two wheels. The Ford concept cars of today look vastly different. They don’t significantly alter the look of how all other cars are like the one from back in the day, but they do create some excitement.

1964 Ford Mustang worlds fairIt looks like something you would see in an Iron Man comic or film during Tony Stark’s Stark Expo. It really feels like these cars could be a possible part of the future and they’re looks make everything else look exactly like what they are, they’re cars. There’s actually nothing wrong with that.

Ford cars move more quickly, have better fuel economy and are much safer than they were more than one hundred years ago. A car from today would have made someone back then think that the aliens had finally come and were going to take us all away. Fortunately we wouldn’t think the same thing today when we see the potential cars of the future. Unless Ford is hiding a hover car on us somewhere, but we don’t think they are. At least they haven’t told us anything.
2015-Ford-CMAX-C2But lets be honest about something here. When the first Mustang came out, it was something completely new and it’s still changing the world of cars today. Along with that we now have hybrid cars like our C-Max. It may not seem like it, but the future is already here. Not in the sense of time travel of course. However, the cars we have today are something that wasn’t even dreamed up when the first car was made and to be a part of that is pretty exciting.

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