15 TOTALLY AWESOME 80s VEHICLE DESIGNS Meant For The FUTURE

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  • Published on:  1/12/2019
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    Ever seen a defunct 80s car brand and wished you could have it in your garage? Well, we sometimes have those nostalgic moments too. Here is our list of 15 totally awesome 80s vehicle designs meant for the future.



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    Featured 80s Vehicle DESIGNS 🤘
    15. Glenfrome Facet (1983)
    http://www.1000sel.com/index.php/range-rover-facet
    14. Ford Probe IV Concept (1983)
    http://www.ford.com
    13. Gurgel Itaipu E-400 (1980-81)
    João Gurgel
    12. Pontiac Stinger (1989)
    http://www.potiac.com
    11. Lamborghini Athon (1980)
    http://www.Lamborghini.com
    10. Suzuki Mighty Boy (1985)
    http://www.globalsuzuki.com/
    9. Buick Questor (1983)
    http://www.buick.com
    8. Nissan NX-21 (1983)
    http://www.conceptnissan.com
    7. GMC Centaur (1988)
    http://www.gmc.com
    6. Boschert B300 (1989)
    http://www.Mercedes.com
    5. Electric Comuta Car (1980
    General Engines Co
    4. Wolfrace Sonic (1981)
    Nick Butler image credits: Wolfrace
    3. Ford Bronco Montana Lobo (1980-81)
    http://www.ford.com
    2. Mercury Antser (1980)
    Mercury http://www.ford.com
    1. Ford Bronco DM-1 (1988)
    Mr. Derek Millsap
    http://www.ford.com


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  • Minds Eye Design (Jan 13, 2019)

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  • D Vickers (Apr 5, 2019)

    I use to see those Chevrolet Chevettes everywhere my Dad owned like 6 of them in the 80's.

  • MAN DON'T FORGET THE MAZDA RX7 and BTW FIRE YOUR WRITER, and FACT CHECKER, and WHILE YOU'RE AT IT FIRE EVERYONE!

  • mightress (Feb 16, 2019)

    Am i the only one who thinks the little suzuki mighty boy is cool?

  • John Collins (Mar 16, 2019)

    mightress You're not alone, count me in on that. I bet it'd be a kick to drive, He he😁

  • kosys (Mar 8, 2019)

    yep

  • Geoff Robinson (Jan 12, 2019)

    The Ford Probe IV you show was a single car prototype shown in 1982 and was in a string of concept cars.... Probe 1 (1979) to Probe 5 (1984). These five vehicles were 1-off prototypes with what was thought to be futuristic styling and features. They were seen at the annual car shows and in Mechanics Illustrated. The production Ford Probe (800,000+ units 1988-1997) was a Ford cosmetic redesign of the Mazda 626 after Ford teamed up with Mazda in those years. It had almost nothing in common with the ea...

  • That Ebutuoy Guy (Apr 10, 2019)

    This videos research effort failed hard.

  • manictiger (Apr 6, 2019)

    We need that console in more cars. Goddamn that console was sexy. Looks like something you might in the Millenium Falcon.

  • TBustah (Feb 16, 2019)

    First of all, like *most* of these cars (seriously, you guys need to fire your fact checker, assuming you even have one), the Pontiac Stinger never entered production.Secondly, the panels weren't removable because they were made from cheap materials. They were *supposed to be* removable. That was pretty much the entire point of the vehicle. It was supposed to be sort of a cross between a Jeep Wrangler and a Manx-type dune buggy: a beach cruiser with a removable top and other body panels. You could ...

  • Joe R (Mar 9, 2019)

    +thedog556 "petrall engine" lol

  • I'm Jay (Mar 9, 2019)

    +thedog556 It's an Android and you're all being conditioned ... wooo ooo hoooo ;)the future is closer . . . every day.

  • Jasper Skallow (10 hours ago)

    most of these cars were kept grounded by malicious efforts from the big boys

  • Scott Sayers (Jan 13, 2019)

    That Pontiac stinger would sell today

  • Kalle Klæp (Mar 21, 2019)

    Yes, but they'll have to deal with the build quality a problem for all American made cars. However, I think it looks good and I'd like to buy one no matter the quality problems.

  • Alex Black (Feb 28, 2019)

    I would LOVE to have one right now! What a fantastic looking car! And four-wheel-drive to boot! Awsome

  • trent ryan (1 day ago)

    Sadly, because of today's safety standards vehicles like this could never be produced again

  • Eremon1 (Jan 16, 2019)

    9:15 How did that car not become a Batmobile?

  • Nicholas Tosoni (Feb 24, 2019)

    I'm looking at a few of these and thinking "I could turn these into Ectomobiles"....

  • Jimmy J (Feb 21, 2019)

    The black one IS the Batmobile... The Red one is Clark Kent's car...

  • 1:42 looks like a car straight out of Batman beyond

  • Bruce Pulver (Jan 14, 2019)

    #10 The Mighty Boy...only sold in Japan?? than you show 5 Australian plated cars....They fitted 2 44 gal drums in the back and are still popular in the southern area of Japan called Australia?!?!?!?!? This comment may contain sarcasm.......

  • Edward Tupper (Feb 27, 2019)

    And I thought Subaru's Brumby was the smallest ute ever. I've got an early Vitara and I'm keeping it forever

  • Random Youtuber (Feb 24, 2019)

    +SirCavemaninthewest They were were definitely imported here, but by Suzuki for the ADM. The little Mighty Boys' were sold at Suzuki dealerships brand new.