One of the genuinely most intriguing and beautiful things I've ever looked at. Like something from a background scene of Captain Scarlet, or another Gerry Anderson creation. The fact that it's so utterly unattainable that it was displayed at the Villa d'Este Concorso d'Eleganza this week only makes it more heartbreakingly desirable.
Seat's seven-seater public name vote
Will they ever learn? Well yes, apparently, as they've limited it to the names of locations in Spain only. That didn't stop some 150 Autocar readers and counting from pitching their ideas, though - one suggested the Spanish region of Peniscola, another suggested Benidorm, while some went off-piste altogether and suggested the Seat Kenneth, Seat Covfefe, the rather ingenius Seat Sintheback (think about it), and, of course, Seat McSeatface. Leave your suggestion here.
Hyundai's FE Fuel Cell concept
After being absent from the Geneva motor show this year, I've finally discovered the FE concept, and what a thing it is; it's somehow both current and futuristic but without being derivative or cliché. How can Hyundai put out a gorgeous concept like this, but then produce the overbaked Kona - a car of the same class - as its entry into the most competitive segment in the industry? It's a darn shame that they paid a lady to get in the way of the car, mind.
The Renault Mégane's reading lights