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Concept cars are a tried and true method for generating excitement around the future of an automotive brand. In most instances, however, a concept only makes a few appearances on the auto show circuit before being retired, never to be seen (much less driven) again.
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Nissan ZEOD RC

At last year's 24 Hours of Le Mans in France, Nissan raced the oddly shaped, ultra-efficient DeltaWing. This year, the Japanese automaker has unveiled another groundbreaking vehicle at the site of the historic endurance race: the all-electric Nissan ZEOD RC.
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The Shanghai Motor Show offers automakers the opportunity to generate buzz among their cars geared for the Chinese market. Some carmakers also use the show to unveil their global products that may have sharp interest from Chinese consumers. Like any other auto show across the globe, this year's Shanghai Motor Show had plenty of tech-forward reveals.

These are our favorites.
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The Nissan Leaf was given modest upgrades for 2013, but more impressive is the price drop. Now starting at $28,800, the Nissan Leaf takes the title as the cheapest 5-seat production EV in America.

How did they do it?
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This year's New York Auto Show brought many new cars out of their secret design studios and into view, most for the very first time. The Viper returned and the Delorean Electric was priced, but below are the entries that caught our eyes most.
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Chevy Volt

No matter what the outcome of the investigation into a recent Chevrolet Volt fire following an NHTSA crash test, the discussion about the Volt and its battery is already proving useful.
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Red Nissan Leaf

The 2012 Nissan Leaf will be shipping with a few changes -- most having to do with heat. Last winter, there were reports that the all-electric Leaf was unable to cope with freezing temperatures, consequently lowering operating range to nearly 30 miles.
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The EPA has finally weighed in with its (long awaited) fuel economy numbers for the Chevy Volt and Nissan Leaf. While the results are impressive – 93 and 99 miles per gallon equivalent for each of the two vehicles, respectively – the more important story is that consumers are likely to remain confused about just how fuel-efficient this new automotive technology is.
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How do you know you're at an auto show prior to Y2K? Automakers were still developing station wagon concepts.
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