We expect to see a number of compelling displays around Cobo Hall beginning Sunday, but the allure of new metal and flashing lights is only part of the fun. You see, the stalwart of any good display is one of the oldest, yet most efficient ways to convey the geeky-delights normally obscured from our view. We're speaking, of course, about the cutaway.
The New York Times has an interesting piece on some of the more revealing displays that will make an appearance in Motor City, allowing those of us devoid of X-ray vision to peer into the inner-workings of everything from chassis structures to engine design to seat construction.

It's a worthwhile read for those of you interested in the art of precision deconstruction and will probably give you a better appreciation for the band saw.

[Source: New York Times]

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