With every auto show comes droves of new cars: Some are sleek new spins on traditional models, others showcase a few cutting-edge features, and -- every now and then-- a few blow past convention and offer a look into the future of travel.
Take, for instance, the Terrafugia Transition, a flying car that turned heads with its debut at the New York International Auto Show on April 5. Prior to its unveiling, a prototype of the car completed its first successful flight at Plattsburgh International Airport on March 23, proving just how close we are to meeting a cool car like the Transition on the road (or in the sky).
Meanwhile, Google has been privately testing a "self-driving" Toyota Prius. While Google has offered only a few glimpses at the autonomous vehicle, the tech world is abuzz after seeing what it can do without the help of a driver.
To see what else the tech world and the auto industry are cooking up, take a look at the slideshow of amazing cars of the future that you can drive today. (These aren't just concept designs; they've all been on the road, and several are already for sale.)
What kind of technologies do you hope cars will get in the years to come? Have you seen or driven any futuristic vehicles you'd like to share with us? Let us know in the comments (and include a link), tweet at us (@huffposttech) or email us (firstname.lastname@example.org). You can also add your favorite high-tech cars to the slideshow via the participation button.