1. Buick LeSabre Concept

The early ’50 were times of recovery after the Second World War, so the car industry started to introduce new shapes and designs. And when the 1951 LeSabre Concept Car arrived, it changed everything with its exquisite elegance and perfect stance. And its advanced styling details would influence the industry for the next 10 years. From the chrome bumpers to the oversized tail fins, the next decade of Detroit was visible on this car.

The Jet-Age design finally arrived, so they showcased it on this model. The LeSabre proved to be extremely influential, not just for Buick, but for the rest of Detroit’s manufacturers. Also, the immense success of this concept car showed the way for other creations. Soon, every car brand in America had a concept car on the show circuit.