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Cadillac Sixteen Concept – Click above for high-res image


What's the point of concept cars?

Honda P-NUT – click above for high-res image gallery


Mercedes-Benz ESF 2009 - Click above for a high-res gallery. Follow the jump for video.


Volvo – The Game – Click above for gameplay videos


The BMW Z10 ED -- Efficient Dynamics -- is a green supercar that's out to get the Audi R8. Tech specs are hypothesized to be a high-pressure turbocharged inline six cylinder with 400 hp that would use either a mechanical valve system or BMW's VANOS system, and run through a 7-speed dual-clutch transmission. Along with electronic stop/start aids, there would be technology to turn exhaust gasses into electricity. With the use of plenty of carbon fiber and aluminum, the car is meant to weigh no mor


Click above for a high-res gallery of the Galpin Accord Concept


Click the image above for a high-res gallery of the Cadillac-Powered VRS


Click above for high-res gallery of the Super CC Performance Concept


Click above for a high-res gallery of the Jetta TDI Edition Street Concept


Click above for high-res gallery of the Honda Civic HFP Concept


Click above for high-res gallery of the Saab Blackbird


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Nissan is slowly giving up details about the Nuvu, an all-EV concept that will be unveiled at the Paris Motor Show. According to the Japanese marque, it's a "new vision" about the type of cars we'll be driving during the mid 2010s. It's a small vehicle, only 3 meters (about 10ft) long and can seat 2+1 passengers (the +1 is an additional folding seat). The Nuvu is an all-electric model and, although it's not the model that will be on sale in 2010, it showcases new technologies that will be used f


Click above for hi-res gallery of the Nissan Shiraz Concept


Click on the image for more shots of RCA's Eco-Cars of the future


To all of you Autoblog sleuths out there, it's time to go to work. The silver car in the picture above was spotted on the set of Transfomers 2 filming in Pennsylvania. The wheels (cartoonishly large out back) and lines, and the fact that GM is a major player in the film, would seem to suggest it's some sort of GM product or concept -- although not the Corvette ZR-1, as some have claimed. It's also got the same concept mirrors that GM loves to use and kind of looks like Bumblebee's evil Deceptico


Click the image above for more hi-res pics of the Ferrari Concept 2008


It's time for Autoblog Podcast #89. Of course we run over what's been in the garage lately – you'll know what reviews to anticipate. Our big item this week is recapping what we saw in Geneva and what might actually wind up in the US. Talk of Geneva moves us to anticipatory chatter about New York, mere days away. Thanks for your 49 minutes!

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