Starting May 21, Atlanta’s High Museum of Art will play host to an exhibit that offers insight as to how concept cars continue to be some of the most imaginative automobiles ever designed.
The “Dream Cars: Innovative Design, Visionary Ideas” exhibit is set to feature seventeen extremely rare and very imaginative concept cars that were created by the likes of Porsche, Ferrari, Bugatti, BMW, and others, with some models even dating as far back as the early 1930’s.
Focusing not only on futuristic designs and technological advancements, “Dream Cars” will also show how concept cars have helped to shape the current landscape of the auto industry. “The concept cars presented in ‘Dream Cars’ demonstrate how design can transcend the present and offer new paths and opportunities for the future,” said the exhibition’s curator and the High Museum of Art’s Curator of Decorative Arts and Design, Sarah Schleuning. “While these cars were never mass-produced, they shaped the future of the automotive industry by challenging the notion of what is possible, technologically and stylistically.” Also on display, will be conceptual drawings and scale models, among other things that are sure to excite car-lovers.
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