AutoCar is reporting that the Duster concept introduced by Dacia at the Geneva Motor Show a couple of weeks ago will hit the streets in 2010. The four-door compact crossover concept was powered by Renault's 1.5-liter 103 hp diesel engine for a claimed 44.4 mpg (U.S.). That engine is expected to be joined by a similarly powerful gas engine for launch. The styling will likely be toned down quite a bit from the concept, including discarding the rear hinged back doors. Given that Dacia is Renault's budget priced brand, the Duster will be probably be pretty affordable when it debuts at the 2010 Geneva Show.