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Unlike other concept cars unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show, the Saab PhoeniX features the Android-powered IQon Infotainment System, which is “based on pioneering ‘open innovation’ with third-party service providers and application developers; it comprises an embedded computer platform which seamlessly connects to the internet when the car’s ignition is switched on.” Video after the break. Click here for more pictures.

According to the company the car’s design, created by Jason Castriota, is meant to evoke images of liquid metal. In addition to its slick looks, the car features butterfly doors, [and] a 200-horsepower 1.6-liter gasoline turbo engine.

[via AutoblogDvice]