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Slideshow: Detroit Auto Show Highlights Innovation

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apresher   2/1/2013 3:56:19 PM
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Chuck, So will you tell us which of these developments you consider to be the most interesting, or is that putting you too much on the spot?

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richnass   2/1/2013 3:35:25 PM
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These are great Chuck. Thanks. I wish I could have been there myself. We always see these amazing concept cars. I always wonder why we never see them come to production, or very few. And who gets to keep those concept cars?

 

You mentioned a car with a 17-in. display. Like drivers don't have enough to be distracted by?

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