The craziest concept cars unveiled in 2017

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We’re coming close to the end of 2017, which means it’s time to review our favorite concept cars of the year.

Automakers are getting more creative with their concept-car designs as they make big investments in self-driving tech and artificial intelligence. This year, we’ve seen cars with personal gardens and no driver seat.

Scroll down for some of the crazier concepts we’ve seen this year so far:

1. Fiat Chrysler unveiled a concept car geared for high-tech millennials at CES this year. The car isn’t all that eye-catching purely from an aesthetic perspective. It’s large, boxy, and heavy looking.
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But the car is really meant to showcase what tech-oriented millennials are looking for inside a car, FCA said. It’s electric with 250 miles of range and gets just over 50% of its charge back in under 20 minutes with a DC Fast Charger.
FCA

2. As for an even crazier concept car, Rinspeed showed off its Oasis car at CES. The vehicle has an actual garden, complete with Bonsai trees and radishes.
Rinspeed


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