Your dream convertible doesn't exist? Now maybe at least as a picture: The used car platform Heycar has created some very realistic-looking models with the help of artificial intelligence.
1 / 10The Dacia Duster is very popular, especially among a price-conscious clientele. Using artificial intelligence, the used car portal Heycar has created an interesting convertible version of the budget SUV. The rear doors seem to open in opposite directions – a roll bar ensures safety. With its angular rear, the computer version is somewhat reminiscent of 1980s vehicles – but not an unexciting idea. © Heycar2 / 10The used car platform has also created a convertible variant of the Opel Mokka compact SUV with the help of AI. But why was the first generation, and not the current model with the "Vizor" front as a basis, chosen? Only the machine knows that. © Heycar3 / 10A Tesla convertible is currently not available from the factory. Heycar is now showing what an open version of the Model 3 could look like with the help of AI. In this case, the computer work looks particularly realistic – and also looks quite aesthetically pleasing. © Heycar4 / 10The extravagant design of the Toyota Prius has always divided opinions. However, the convertible version designed by Heycar with the help of artificial intelligence does have something. Although perhaps the rims should be a little larger - the wheels look a bit lost in the wheel arches. © Heycar5 / 10With the T-Roc Convertible and the Range Rover Evoque Convertible, there are actually already two open-top SUVs on the market. But an electric minibus convertible? This does not yet exist. What an ID. Buzz convertible could look like is shown by the AI-generated version of the used car platform. However, you can't really tell from the design that it's supposed to be a minibus. © Heycar6 / 10The BMW X7 is a true SUV battleship. However, the convertible version generated by the used car platform through AI looks almost slender in comparison. And when choosing the front, the artificial intelligence apparently did not fall back on the current model version either. © Heycar7 / 10The Audi Q8 is a real colossus. In the convertible version created by Heycar with the help of artificial intelligence, however, it doesn't even look that bulky. Technically, something like this would be difficult to implement as a four-door in reality. © Heycar8 / 10Has Skoda ever thought about a convertible version of the Octavia? In any case, the design that the used car platform has generated here with the help of AI looks relatively elegant. Perhaps the carmaker will be inspired by this. © Heycar
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My area9 / 10The Mercedes EQS is definitely one of the true luxury electric cars in the world. It is unlikely that the Stuttgart-based company will one day launch a convertible version on the market. In any case, the design generated by Heycar using AI takes some getting used to. © Heycar10 / 10Most of the convertible versions generated by the used car platform Heycar with the help of artificial intelligence are set in a beach setting. However, the open Cupra-Formentor variant is parked in a kind of crater landscape. Why? Only the computer knows that. © Heycar
At the end of the 1990s, a veritable wave of roadsters and convertibles broke out: from then on, drivers could enjoy the feeling of fresh air in the Mercedes SLK, the Audi TT Roadster or the BMW Z3, for example. Even small cars like the Fiat Punto or later a Nissan Micra got a convertible version. In the meantime, the model range has generally flattened out significantly due to a lack of demand. But it's not just the open-top variants that have become fewer – many manufacturers are also saying goodbye to their small and micro cars. Nevertheless, it would be exciting to see one or the other model in a convertible variant – knowing full well that it will probably never come onto the market.
The used car platform Heycar has now ventured into it – with the help of Artist Intelligence. The result is very realistic-looking images – but always with a warning: "The vehicles depicted here are generated by an AI and are purely fictitious. They are not related to the trademarks shown or their authors." We show the ten most exciting AI convertible versions.