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2012 North American International Auto Show Photo Gallery

The 2012 North American International Auto Show media days are a wrap and we’ve got our complete photo gallery from the show to share with the world.  We’ve included both the world debuts and North American debuts from the show in the galleries after the jump.  Byron will have his thoughts on this year’s show soon, but for now we hope you enjoy the gallery!

Full 2012 NAIAS Gallery after the jump

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2012 NAIAS – Chrysler 700C Concept

The Chrysler 700C made its way to the NAIAS show floor with no fanfare at all.  We don’t know anything about this concept other than it shows that Chrysler is testing the design waters for the future of the Caravan and Town and Country.  There are no radiator vents in the front which indicates that the 700C was designed to be an electrified vehicle.  Other than that, there wasn’t much information available.  It is a pretty radical styling departure from the current lineup of minivans but we’re not sure yet if that’s a good thing.

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2012 NAIAS – Audi S4 Facelift & Q3 Vail Concept Photo Gallery

Audi showed off their latest iteration of the Q3 compact SUV with the Vail Concept.  The Vail Concept hints at what the Q3 could be for the North American market.  While they didn’t come out and say that the Q3 will be sold in North America, this is proof that they are strongly considering the idea.

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2012 NAIAS – Acura NSX Concept Photo Gallery

This is the new Acura NSX Concept which was just unveiled here at the 2012 North American International Auto Show.  While this concept is still a couple of years away from becoming a realistic production car, Acura did make note that it will take advantage of the Acura SH AWD system and will utilize hybrid technology in the powertrain department.  The biggest announcement was that the new Acura NSX will eventually built at Honda’s Ohio plant.  We’re excited to see this car progress and hopefully will see a production announcement sooner than later.

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