You didn't have to visit NAIAS this year to see Ford's most talked about concept vehicles, the Interceptor and the Reflex. The Interceptor (left), built off of the new Mustang platform, features a Ford Racing Performance Parts 5.0 Cammer engine that runs on E-85 ethanol, makes 400 hp, and is backed by a manual six-speed trans. Inside are Ford's prototype inflatable rear seatbelts (think mini airbag in the belts), and patented belt-and-suspenders four-point restraints. Exterior designer Andreas Nilsson was on hand to discuss the concept and hand out hero cards. On the right is Ford's Reflex concept, which is a diesel-electric hybrid capable of 65 mpg and featuring reverse-opening butterfly-wing doors, on-board solar panels for battery charging, and a two-plus-one seating arrangement (one large back seat).