Carmakers have brought a variety of vehicles to this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, from electric SUVs and pickup trucks to electric vertical take-off and landing aircraft. Similar to those at last year’s CES, the vehicles have highlighted speculative ideas and concrete plans for electrification and autonomy. Among the brands that have brought vehicles to the conference are Mercedes-Benz, Ford and Jeep. 5 of Bollywood actress Disha Patani’s favourite luxury cars These are the 24 coolest vehicles we saw this year. The futuristic ones: Honda Augmented Driving Concept Release date: Unknown Hyundai Purpose Built Vehicle Release date: Unknown Toyota LQ Release date: Unknown Mercedes-Benz Vision AVTR Release date: Unknown FBI seized 149 luxury cars from one bankrupt man – in pictures Chrysler Airflow Vision Release date: Unknown The flying ones: Hyundai S-A1 Release date: Unknown Bell Helicopter Bell Nexus 4EX Release date: Mid-to-late 2020s The quirky ones: Toyota e-Palette Release date: 2020 Ford self-driving delivery van Release date: 2021 Bosch IoT Shuttle Release date: Unknown 10 billionaires who chose to drive cheap, modest cars Nissan electric ice cream van Release date: Unknown The ones that look like something you might actually drive: Ford Mustang Mach-E Release date: Late 2020 Jeep Compass 4xe Release date: By 2022 Jeep Wrangler 4xe Release date: By 2022 Rivian R1T Release date: Second half of 2020 The 8 classiest and cosiest luxury cars money can buy Mercedes-Benz EQC 400 4MATIC Release date: 2019 in Europe and Asia, 2021 in the US Audi AI: ME Release date: Unknown Mercedes-Benz Vision EQS Release date: Unknown Audie e-tron Sportback quattro Release date: 2020 Jeep Renegade 4xe Release date: By 2022 Byton M-Byte Release date: 2020 in China, 2021 in North America Sony Vision-S Release date: Unknown Nissan Ariya Concept Release date: Second half of 2021 Fisker Ocean Release date: 2022 Want more stories like this? Sign up here . Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram , YouTube and Twitter . This article originally appeared on Business Insider .