The Vision EfficientDynamics attracted 21% of our users' votes, thus being the concept with the most chances of making it to production. Just like the poll with the European Car of the Year, Mercedes-Benz took second place with their Vision S 500 Plug-in Hybrid, scoring some 11 percent.
Audi's e-tron won third place with 8 percent of the votes, but paradoxically has also been confirmed by the Germans as making it to production. In conclusion, while it only got third place, the e-tron is actually the winner.
The Japanese managed to get noticed as well with the Toyota Auris HSD Full Hybrid and Prius Plug-In Hybrid, 5% and 4%, respectively. Also with 5% stood Volkswagen's E-Up Concept. Speaking of Volkswagen, the two-seater L1 prototype got a decent 3 percent, a figure also shared by the Trabant nT, Renault Fluence, Mazda MX-5 Superlight and Hyundai ix Metro.
Also worth mentioning are Lexus's LF-Ch and Citroen's Revolte with 5% and 4% percent.
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