In-car electronics prep for CES 2010 (photos)

On CES 2010 press preview day, in-car electronics vendors have less than 24 hours to set up their high-powered booths in the North Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center.

LAS VEGAS--On CES 2010 press preview day, in-car electronics vendors have less than 24 hours to set up their high-powered, often-thumping and pulsing booths in the North Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center. By show open Thursday morning, these displays will be complete.

While some of these exhibitors simply drive their biggest attractions (Lamborghinis! Classic Cadillacs!) onto the show floor, many others piece together elaborate walls of speaker systems, amplifiers, GPS systems, and various forms of safety and entertainemnt tech. Flip through our slideshow for a behind-the-scenes look at CES 2010's car tech.

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