Monday marked the first press day of the 2013 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, where automakers offered a glimpse of their latest models. Though there were fewer jaw-dropping concept cars then in the past, there were certainly enough to draw attention and leave consumers coveting some hot future concepts. Some 50 new models will be unveiled at the show, which opens to the public on January 19th. The tenor of this year’s show was particularly upbeat, with automakers reflecting on the previous year’s success and indicating they’re clearly pulling out of the severe sales lag that hit during the recession.
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