#15. BMW LOVOS – 2009
LOVOS stands for Lifestyle of Voluntary Simplicity, which is the name given by BMW to this concept car. It was designed as a roadster covered with solar panels and presented to the general public in 2009, at the International Motor Show in Frankfurt am Main.
#14. Bisiluro Damolnar – 1955
Winning Le Mans was the goal of Italian car designers Carlo Mollino and Enrico Nardi, who in 1955 came up with an idea for an ultra-light aerodynamic race car. They named it Bisiluro Damolnar that means “twin torpedo”, which is what this car’s design resemble. Although it never went into mass production, the original was tested on the track. Apparently, it was able to reach a top speed of 215MPH!