No auto show is complete without innovative, zany, extravagant, and just plain way-out concept cars. They allow the car manufacturers an invaluable opportunity to test radical design initiatives, from aerodynamic body shapes to alternative power sources. This beautifully photographed volume traces the evolution of the concept car from the landmark General Motors Y-Job of 1939, through the dream cars of the 1950s, up to the futuristic designs of today. Focusing mainly on the 1980s and 1990s, Concept Cars will delight car enthusiasts of all ages. 150 full-color photographs.