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The Audi R8 Tron race car by West Coast Auto is interesting, but this is CES. Where are the lightcycles?
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Fulton Innovation displayed a Tesla Roadster with wireless-charging capabilities. Simply park over the charging spot and the power begins to flow, no plugging in required.
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Omniphone and Visteon showed off some car tech inside this custom BMW M3 convertible.
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Chinese company Aigo displayed this formula car in its booth.
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With a flashy name like Platinum Wireless, a flashy car like this Lamborghini Murcielago is necessary.
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Pioneer had an Aston Martin on display at its booth.
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Hybrid Audio presented a customized Nissan Silvia. This vehicle had undergone heavy modifications to the engine and electronics, featuring work by Mark Buwalda.
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Phoenix Gold and Stinger presented a custom supercharged CR-Z by Audio Fonix with a matte-black wrap by Wraptivo. If it looks familiar, that's because we saw it at the 2010 SEMA Show.
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It's orange. It's shiny. It's a 'Vette. The halls of CES were abuzz with customs like this classic Corvette with a very modern LS-series engine.
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This Jeep Wrangler features some heavy off-roading modifications and more lights than Las Vegas' Luxor hotel.
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One of only a few American supercars, this Ford GT poses menacingly at CES 2011.
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The license plate tells half of the story--this is a '63 Cadillac--and the contents of its heavily customized trunk tell the other.
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They certainly don't make 'em like this anymore.
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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.
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When you need to grab attention at CES 2011, but in an understated way, forget the booth babes and park a Ferrari in your booth.
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We're a bit nervous about parking this classic Chevy so close to Boss Audio's gigantic glass-shattering, earth-shaking car audio demo rig.
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Audi presented its E-Tron in a silky matte-black finish.
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Maxim--no, not the magazine--teamed up with Optamotive to create this all-electric version of the Campagna T-Rex to compete for the Progressive Automotive X-Prize.
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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.
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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.
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This Scion tC in the Sony booth featured enough amplification to catch a noise violation in the next county over.
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The Chevrolet Volt was at Powermat's booth drawing way more attention than the inductive charging products being demoed in it.
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