LAS VEGAS _ Here are a few of the crazy vehicles I saw at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show.More
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One of my favorite stories over the past few years was about the lab that Lamborghini opened at the University of Washington in 2009 to research and develop composite materials. The story just keeps getting better. On Tuesday at a car show in Geneva, Lamborghini is taking the wraps off the first production car to…More
LAS VEGAS — The hall full of car stereos and auto gadgets is getting smaller, squeezed by new areas for health products and accessories for the iPad and other Apple gadgets. Carmakers are also higher profile as they recast cars and trucks as rolling gadgets, with electric propulsion and dashboard computers. But there are still a few…More
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:More