January 13, 2013

Auto Briefs

Auto ingenuity strong at CES; Detroit auto show begins next week

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Preparation for the Audi booth at CES. (Jae C. Hong / The Associated Press)

Auto presence better than ever at CES
A record number of auto manufacturers exhibited at the 2013 International CES (Consumer Electronics Show), which ended Friday. Audi, Chrysler, Ford, General Motors, Hyundai, Kia and Subaru were part of the more than 100,000 square feet of automotive exhibit space this year, up 5 percent over the 2012 show. More than 110 automotive tech companies, including Delphi, Mitek and Pioneer, displayed their products and services on the show floor. Two TechZones featured the latest in automotive technology, and conference sessions covered a wide range of electronic features in autos.
NWautos staff

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An auto reveal from the 2012 show. (NAIAS)


Kickoff nears for Detroit auto show

More than 50 new vehicles will be unveiled when the North American International Auto Show kicks off for the press Monday. The show opens to the public Saturday and continues through Jan. 27. The Detroit auto show is entering its 25th year and is one of the world's largest auto shows. For details, visit naias.com.
NWautos staff

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