This classic Mercedes-Benz convertible featured some interesting modifications, including a huge monitor that rises out of the dash in front of the driver. Hook that thing up to a video game system to play your favorite racing game from the driver's seat.
Ford had a heavy presence at CES with its 2011 Focus serving as the official car of the show. However, at the automaker's booth, many were more interested in taking a peek under the hood of the new Boss 302 Mustang.
Kenwood admitted that it didn't have many new products to show at CES 2011, but it did trot out this custom Murcielago by Al & Ed's Autosound. Check out the plexiglass front hatch displaying the subwoofers and amps.