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LAS VEGAS -- Modern automobiles are packed with tech. So, it's not a surprise that there are cars everywhere you turn on the floor at the 2014 CES.
Some, like this 2014 Ford Fusion were there to highlight drive train technologies and dashboard electronics.
Mercedes-Benz showcased its next-generation in-car connectivity with the 2014 S550.
The Audi Sport Quattro Laserlight uses lasers in the headlamps to illuminate the road.
This little Mini Cooper hatchback was customized with big sound by RE Audio.
There's no room for groceries in the back of this hatch.
We're not sure what's going on with this Tesla Roadster.
This Smart ForTwo may be tiny, but it's packed to the gills with tech.
At the early stages of development, test mules like the VUE Smart often have trunks filled with equipment. By the time these products reach the market, the equipment will have been miniaturized significantly.
The purpose of this mule is to demonstrate and test future dashboard technologies and interfaces.
The Toyota Future Mobility Concept is hardly distinguishable as a car, but Toyota thinks it is the future of city driving.
The real story from Toyota was the automaker's commitment to bringing a hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle to the road as early as next year.
I grin every time I see the crazy, leaning Toyota i-Road concept.
This Polaris ATV has been outfitted with some serious audio equipment.
Not even the classic VW Bug is safe from audio customization.
This blue example was customized by Divine One for one of the members of Nickelback.
This highly customized engine bay would be at home on the floor of the SEMA Show as it is here at CES. Coincidentally, both shows take place at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
The Kia KND-7 concept made its North American debut at the show in Las Vegas, showcasing the automaker's future exterior and dashboard designs.
This ARC Audio customized Ford Mustang also gets the full engine and styling upgrade suite to go along with its kicking stereo system.
Cobra, manufacturers of a line of radar detectors, showcased this Audi R8.
The ultra-exclusive, $4.5 million Lamborghini Veneno Roadster needs no improvement, but Monster Audio went ahead and slapped a high-performance stereo into this example anyway.