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The big show in Motown

Automakers show off concept cars and new technologies at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.

Singer Susan Calloway perfoms during the introduction of the 2011 Lincoln MKX during the second day of the North American International Auto Show at the Cobo Center in Detroit, Mich. Bryan Mitchell / Getty Images
General Motors introduces the automaker's Cadillac XTS Platinum Concept at the show. Rebecca Cook / Reuters
Journalists gather on stage after the Lincoln news conference at the show. Carlos Osorio / AP
A Subaru Hybrid Tourer concept car is displayed at the show. Carlos Osorio / AP
A Blue-Will gasoline-electric hybrid concept vehicle is displayed at the Cobo Center in Detroit, Michigan. Bryan Mitchell / Getty Images
Chevrolet Design Director Mike Simcoe unveils the Chevrolet Aveo RS show car at the show. John F. Martin / Chevrolet via EPA
Dancers introduce the Mini Concept Beachcomber at the show. Rob Widdis / EPA
Exhibit designers inspect the 2010 Buick LaCrosse mounted on the wall in the General Motors exhibit at the show. John F. Martin / Buick Handout / EPA
The Audi e-tron concept car, a pure electric drive auto that goes from 0 to 62 mph in 4.8 seconds, is shown at the show. Carlos Osorio / AP
Daimler CEO Dieter Zetsche speaks during the first press preview day at the show. Stan Honda / AFP - Getty Images
A model presents the Mercedes E 350 coupe at the show. Stan Honda / AFP - Getty Images
The 2010 Ford Transit Connect was named North American Truck of the Year at the show. Rob Widdis / EPA
Dancers add that certain something to the introduction of the Volkswagen NCC Hybrid Concept during the press preview at the show. Bryan Mitchell / Getty Images
Journalists gather on stage after Ford Motor Co. introduces the next generation Ford Focus at the show. Carlos Osorio / AP
Ford Motor Co. CEO Alan Mulally, left, and Executive Chairman William Ford, Jr., pose beside to the next-generation Ford Focus 5-door at the show. Carlos Osorio / AP
The Toyota FT-CH compact hybrid is displayed at the auto show. Stan Honda / AFP - Getty Images
Global Chief Engineer Jim Federico presents the GMC Buick Regal during the first press preview day at the show. Stan Honda / AFP - Getty Images
The GMC Granite concept car takes the stage at the auto show. Stan Honda / AFP - Getty Images
Ford Motor Co. President of the Americas Mark Fields holds up the 2010 North American Truck of the Year award and Car of the Year award at the show. The Ford Fusion Hybrid was named the 2010 North American Car of the Year and Ford Transit Connect was named the 2010 North American Truck of the Year. Carlos Osorio / AP
Journalists from around the world walk through the displays during the opening hour of the show. More than 700 vehicles, including 60 new models, are being exhibited. Bill Pugliano / Getty Images
A Green Vehicles' Triac is on display at the show. The 100 percent electric vehicle has a top speed of 80 miles per hour, and a 100-mile range. Bill Pugliano / Getty Images
Ford shows off its Fusion hybrid at the show, where it was awarded North American Car of the Year . Bill Pugliano / Getty Images
Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood speaks to the media standing near a Volkswagen Golf during the the first press preview day at the show. Stan Honda / AFP - Getty Images