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Ford C-Max Energi

Ford Shelby GT 500

Formula Ford 1.0L

Toyota FJ Cruiser at Scosche

Toyota FJ Cruiser at Scosche

Chevy 3/4 ton at MTX Audio

Chevy 3/4 ton at MTX Audio

Lexus CT 200h at Pioneer

Lexus CT 200h at Pioneer

SRT Viper

Dodge Charger police car

Fiat 500L

Scion FR-S at Phoenix Gold

Scion FR-S at Phoenix Gold

Hyundai Veloster Turbo

Hyundai Blue2 concept car

Mitsubishi GT2000 at Massive Audio

Mitsubishi GT2000 at Massive Audio

Kia Sorento

Chevrolet 2500 Diesel at ARC Audio

Chevrolet Camaro convertible at Farenheit

Chevrolet Camaro convertible at Farenheit

Scion iQ at Sony

Scion iQ at Sony

Mercedes-Benz CLS at Sony

Lavin's 1951 Ford at Kicker

Lavin's 1951 Ford at Kicker

Audi R18 e-tron

Chevrolet Spark EV

Chevrolet Volt

Chevrolet Sonic at Valor Multimedia

Chevrolet Sonic at Valor Multimedia

Kinetik golf cart at Accele Electronics

Kinetik golf cart at Accele Electronics

Polaris ATV at Memphis Car Audio

Polaris ATV at Memphis Car Audio

The C-Max Energi, the plug-in version of Ford's new hybrid C-Max, showed up at CES 2013 as the Official Car of CES. Its plug-in hybrid system gives it an EPA fuel economy of 100 miles per gallon equivalent for both gasoline and electric use, while its Sync AppLink system lets drivers use 20 different apps.
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This Shelby GT 500 was attracting attention outside the convention center, probably due to the sign that said "Enter Here To Win."
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Ford's little race car, dubbed the Formula Ford 1.0L, shows off its 1-liter Ecoboost engine.
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Scosche, maker of many aftermarket car tech products, including stereo components and installation kits, brought this big Toyota to the show floor.
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The rear of the FJ Cruiser showed off subwoofers and amps from Scosche's EFX line.
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This slammed Chevy pick-up truck, sporting an LS7 engine, sat in the MTX Audio booth.
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In the back of the truck sits an awe-inspiring 24-inch subwoofer.
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Pioneer used this CT 200h to demonstrate its connected car stereo, along with some heavy duty sound equipment. The car featured modifications by Five Axis.
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Instead of space for groceries, the rear of the CT 200h held this array of Pioneer's PRS D800 amps.
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The Chrysler Group puts its new SRT Viper on the floor to attract attention and demonstrate its UConnect Access system.
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Right around the corner from the SRT Viper sat this Dodge Charger with a police package, attracting attention with its spinning lights.
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The Chrysler Group included a little Italian flavor with this Fiat 500L, the newest model in the 500 line. It featured a Beats by Dre audio system.
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One of the most popular new sports cars, this Scion FR-S featured a stereo system by Phoenix Gold.
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Neatly set into the FR-S's trunk was this five-channel TI 2 amp, with 1,000 watts output on 2 ohm. It powered a 10-inch subwoofer, among other speakers.
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Hyundai put its Veloster Turbo model on the floor to demonstrate the BlueLink connectivity system.
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The Blue2 concept car was originally unveiled in 2011, and runs on fuel cell technology.
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Massive Audio, makers of automotive audio components, had this Mitsubishi GT2000 on the show floor.
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The back of the GT2000 boasted five amps from Massive Audio's Nano line, with 1,400 watts total output.
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The 2014 Sorento deserved its spot in Kia's booth for its LCD instrument cluster and UVO voice command system.
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ARC Audio dominated its booth with this massive truck, boasting 4 amps putting out 6,000 watts -- for just the subwoofers.
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Farenheit featured this Camaro convertible.
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Substream amps and a subwoofer could be found in the Camaro's trunk.
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Sony went small, showing off its audio components in this tiny Scion iQ.
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Instead of a rear seat, this iQ held six 12-inch XS-GS120 subwoofers.
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Sony had more audio components to show in this Mercedes-Benz CLS.
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This 1951 Ford, in Kicker's booth, was slammed and painted with a World War II fighter plane theme.
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The back of the Ford hosts two torpedo-shaped Comp VX Subwoofers.
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Audi brought its hybrid race car to the show floor.
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Chevy showed off its electrification with the Spark EV, which goes on sale later this year.
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The Volt had a decent sales year, and Chevy brought it to CES as an example of its electric car line.
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Valor Multimedia had this modded Chevy Sonic on the floor.
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Two Massive Audio subs sit under the cargo floor of the Sonic.
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Accele Electronics brought out what must be the coolest golf cart on the greens.
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The Kinetic golf cart had an XBox 360 and Massive Audio amps mounted in the rear.
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Memphis Car Audio showed off some of its audio components in this Polaris ATV.
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These Marine Towers mounted in the rear should stand up to mud and water.
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