Jaguar C-X75
This range-extended electric supercar goes from 0 to 60 mph in 3.4 seconds, climbs up to 205 mph, and features 780 horsepower and 1,187 pound-feet of torque.
Jaguar C-X75
Jaguar's supercar can also go 68 miles on pure electric power before twin micro gas turbines jump in and extend the vehicle's range to 560 miles. Don't get too excited, though--the C-X75 is still a concept.
Renault DeZir
Renault's DeZir concept electric car offers a peek into what the automaker claims is the future styling vision of the brand: "simple, sensuous and warm". The sleek 1830-pound vehicle revs up to to 60 mph in 5 seconds and goes 100 miles on a charge.
Kia Pop
Kia's all-electric concept car is powered by compact lithium polymer gel batteries that purportedly offer the same performance as standard li-ion batteries but with a 20% reduction in size.
Kia Pop
The tiny 10 foot-long attention getter also features a range of 100 miles, oblong side windows, front-hinged doors, and a glass roof.
Honda Jazz Hybrid
The Jazz hybrid shares the same hybrid motor and control system as the Insight and CR-Z hybrids. It's a system, according to Honda, that has proven itself over 20 years of development and a decade of sales. The vehicle will go on sale in Europe in early 2011 (yes, the lime green version will be available). Pricing has not yet been announced.
Audi e-tron Spyder
The Audi e-tron concept coupe concept coupe is back after its North American debut at last year's LA Auto Show. The newest version of e-tron Spyder offers a drop-top, plug-in hybrid drive, and diesel engine.
Audi e-tron Spyder
Some other stats to salivate over: the vehicle goes from 0 to 62 mph in 4.4 seconds, has a top speed of 155 mph, features two electric motors with total output of 88-hp and peak torque of 260 lb-ft, and offers a 3.0 TDI twin-turbo V6 diesel engine that generates 300-hp and 479 lb-ft of torque.

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