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Chevrolet Code 130R Concept

With the Detroit Auto Show kicking off today, expect a menu of concept cars this week. The rear-wheel drive Chevrolet Code 130R Concept ($TBA) combines strong looks (the company calls it "heritage performance-inspired styling") with MPG-friendly turbocharged performance. The 4-seat coupe, which sports an aggressive front fascia and fender flares, is powered by a 1.4L Turbo Ecotec engine that's good for 150 horsepower and 40 MPG. The Code 130R also offers matte anodized gold wheels, WiFi,and smartphone integration.

  • Volkswagen Cross Coupe Concept

    Today's edition of "Concept Cars We'd Buy Right Now" comes to you courtesy of the Volkswagen Cross Coupe Concept ($TBA). Based on Veedub's new modular transverse matrix platform, the Cross Coupe is actually smaller than the current Tiguan despite its muscular stance, and offers all-wheel-drive, a hybrid power system consisting of two electric motors and a turbocharged gas engine that's good for 262 hp and an electric range of up to 25 miles, 20-inch wheels, LED foglights, a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission with an oversized aluminum shift lever, and, of course, a touchscreen to monitor and control most vehicle functions. Arriving in dealerships (hopefully) sooner rather than later.

  • Nissan Juke-R

    Sure, it's name leaves something to be desired — we've taken to calling it the "juker" for short — but the Nissan Juke-R ($TBA) is intriguing nonetheless. A one-off build, the Juke-R takes Nissan's smallish crossover and crams a 485 hp, twin-turbo V6 — taken from the GT-R, in case you were wondering — under its stunted hood, making for what are sure to be some striking track times, and adds to the flair with a matte black paint job, black rims, racing seats, and five-point harnesses. Not much more is known about the beast, other than the fact that you're unlikely to see it in the wild anytime soon.

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