This is not just a museum with cars: it contains the rarest cars, many of which exist in a single copy. Perhaps nowhere else you will see so many experimental techniques! Unique gas turbine prototypes, electric cars, race cars - all this can be seen firsthand only here.
General Motors Heritage Center
In the middle of the last century, aviation inspired engineers. Proof of this is a whole series of Pontiac-Firebird concepts with gas turbine engines that are very vaguely reminiscent of ordinary cars.
"Firebird I" is also known under the designation HR-21
The show car can not only work at the exhibition, but also become an actor. Several GM prototypes starred in the movie The Destroyer, along with Sylvester Stallone and … the classic 1970 Oldsmobile.
The 1989 Cadillac-Soliter-Concept is one of several prototypes that starred in the movie
The 1989 Cadillac-Soliter-Concept is one of several prototypes that starred in the 1989 Cadillac-Soliter-Concept Concept movie; one of several prototypes that starred in the 1989 Cadillac-Soliter Concept film is one of several prototypes who starred in the movie
Exploitation of the past is a natural occurrence for today's designers. It is easy to notice the obvious similarity between the 1957 Chevrolet-Nomad wagon and the concept of the same name created in 2004.
The conceptual Nomad was presented at the 2004 Detroit Motor Show
The conceptual Nomad was presented at a motor show in Detroit in 2004 The conceptual Nomad was presented at a motor show in Detroit in 2004 The conceptual Nomad was presented at a motor show in Detroit in 2004
Created in 1938, the world's first Buick-Y-Job concept car looked futuristic. The opening lights alone were worth it! As you might guess, a car exists in a single copy.