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January 11, 2010 at 12:48 PM

CES pics: Coolest craziest cars of the 2010 show

Another sign of the times: There was a dearth of Ferraris — beyond Monster Cable’s yellow F430 — on the show floor at CES this year and only a couple of Lamborghinis.

The automotive section of the show floor felt bare compared with last year’s spectacle, but there were still cool cars for the 113,085 show attendees to ogle.

Here are the standouts in my camera, starting with a kids’ Escalade tricked out by Car Vision USA with a DVD system on the dash and a rear display:

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Monster Cable’s Ferrari:

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A Ford truck loaded with Microsoft technology:

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Another yellow Ford:

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Not much room for the soccer team in this minivan:

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Just wow:

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Eyes on the road?

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Batman loaned Pioneer his Lexus for the show:

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Coming at you soon in 3D:

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Thumper:

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This one pulls 4Gs in a curve:

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