CES 2008: Cars

by Rob Williams on January 14, 2008 in Trade Shows

Sure, the tech is great, but one of the coolest areas of CES was the North Hall, where all of the cars, car audio and babes were found. We found over fifty sweet rides through our travels and have pictures of each – everything from modest classics to the latest exotics.

Page 1 – Introduction, Cars 1 – 20

The Consumer Electronics Show is absolutely massive, in case you didn’t know. Thanks to its gargantuan stature, it’s hard to not see a bit of everything while perusing the halls. PCs, monitors, gadgets and the like are just some of the few things you will find. But there is so much more… especially in the north hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center.

Of course, I am talking about cars. The north hall was jam packed (no understatement) with cars of various makes and models and production years. It’s hard to place a finger on what wasn’t there, actually. In this pictorial, we will be taking a look at almost all of the cars we stumbled on during our travels with everything ranging from a Mini Cooper to Mercedes SL500 to El Camino to Lotus Exige to Hummer H3 to Lamborghini Gallardo Superleggera to Buick Enclave. Wait, what? Yes… everything.

First and foremost… I do not know the name of every single car here, and won’t pretend to. Therefore, only a few of the cars will have names below them, and even then, they may be slightly off. My knowledge lacks with older cars especially, so some discrepancies may be found.

In order to keep the pages loading fast, I’ve included twenty cars on each of our three pages. Each can be clicked to load a high-resolution 1600×1071 image.

Don’t bother wondering why the audio sounds washed out…

Pontiac Trans-Am

Lexus IS 350

Feelin’ Blue

I caught a bug at CES

Stand By Your Van.. Unless Your IQ Is Half Its Decibel Count

Porsche Cayman

Tesla Roadster

Ford Mustang “JL Audio Special Edition”

Chrysler 300

Chrysler 300


Mini Cooper

Huge is good. Huge is very good.

Ford GT

Mercedes SL Roadster

Ferrari F430 Spider

Ferrari F430 Spider

Morgan Aero 8

Speaker Creature

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Rob Williams

Rob founded Techgage in 2005 to be an 'Advocate of the consumer', focusing on fair reviews and keeping people apprised of news in the tech world. Catering to both enthusiasts and businesses alike; from desktop gaming to professional workstations, and all the supporting software.

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