CES: What's it really like?
Chris thought it would be fun to give you an idea of what CES is really like, from an automotive perspective. You'll see all the high-profile, high-tech goodies reported in all the mainstream magazines, but if you stroll the halls, there's no telling what a car guy will run across...
What's Honda's Asimo doing up there? Well Honda gave the robot its very own display. (If only he (she? it?) had driven one of the display cars!) More finds after the jump.
Auto equipment manufacturers naturally display their stuff in, well, cars. Speaker manufacturer Morel chose this rare Qvale Mangusta to highlight its booth.
Shift knobs? Are they electronic shift knobs? Oh, they have pushbuttons. Hmmm...
Visteon displayed this prototype in-car console-vacuum. No wonder auto parts makers are in trouble.
These mini-Mustangs highlighted the small size of the Hindsight Reversing Pilot systems that tell you the distance between your car and objects behind it.
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