14 The Cars That Never Existed

The Cars That Never Existed

We often see car prototypes while visiting exhibitions. It takes much time and efforts to create a new car and even much more to eliminate mistakes. But only a small part of new decisions reaches the plant. Most part of the models are left in drawings or single quantities. Let’s have a look at those cars that have never existed.

VAZ E-1101. An experimental model of 1970.

VAZ 2103 “Universal”, an experimental models of 1976.


14 Responses to “The Cars That Never Existed”

  1. a Pole says:

    And what about Syrena Sport ? Such a beautiful car that was built only in three prototype models ?

  2. Czarina Mona says:

    It looks like they performed the same ‘experiment’ 1000x in a row. Either that or they gave all the design jobs to beet farmers.

  3. HoerenSloep says:

    The cars named VAZ are all Lada’s to me. Even the badges agree.

  4. Tovarich_Volk says:

    The IMZ-NAMI- 450 Belka is so totally ugly it’s cool in it’s own right. The ZIL E169-A truck is almost a dead ringer for one of the old Ford Cabover Delivery trucks that were produced from the 1960’s to the early 90’s.

  5. BlowME says:

    Some of those cars looked pretty good, like Moskvitch-С1 but only the ugliest left to be produced…

  6. Steamed McQueen says:

    Many of them resemble the vehicles that actually did make it into production. One wonders what was ‘experimental’ about them.

  7. Dudek says:

    Syrena Sport it was a Polish car

  8. Larry says:

    I think the experiments should have shown if it was possible to copy FIATs without buying the original plans.

  9. Ben says:

    Shame, alot of these cars would’ve been really nice.

  10. Tobbe says:

    The C1 prototype looks like a SAAB 99 :)

  11. javox says:

    cool cars, i would love to buy one of them but for real, manyones look like copied from other cars hehe

  12. Thor says:

    I would totally rock that GAZ М-73!

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