NAIAS Day Two Photo Gallery

DETROIT — Technology Century managing editor Matt Roush spent Tuesday morning wandering the North American International Auto Show. Here’s what stood out on Day Two of the Press Preview.

The Mazda Miata. One midlife crisis comin' right up.
The Mazda Miata. One midlife crisis comin’ right up.
Local Motors' giant 3D printer on the auto show floor. They're making a car.
Local Motors’ giant 3D printer on the auto show floor. They’re making a car.

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Upon further review, the Nissan exhibit looks no less otherworldly on second glance.
Upon further review, the Nissan exhibit looks no less otherworldly on second glance.

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Buy a Maserati and make everyone hate you. Gorgeous, though.
Buy a Maserati and make everyone hate you. Gorgeous, though.
That is a good-lookin' new Ram truck.
That is a good-lookin’ new Ram truck.
Alfa Romeo. A classic.
Alfa Romeo. A classic.
The Volkswagen Golf GTI Autobahn. I bet this is a blast on the road.
The Volkswagen Golf GTI Autobahn. I bet this is a blast on the road.
Behold, a near-$70,000 Kia. Korean automaking has come a long way since the '80s.
Behold, a near-$70,000 Kia. Korean automaking has come a long way since the ’80s.
The skinny tires on the BMW i3. How would they feel on the road, I wonder?
The skinny tires on the BMW i3. How would they feel on the road, I wonder?
Jeez, is this design ever a ripoff of the Chrysler 300.
Jeez, is this design ever a ripoff of the Chrysler 300.
The Audi TT. In a perfect world, I drive this.
The Audi TT. In a perfect world, I drive this.
The Audi four-wheel drive hybrid powertrain. Wonderfully advanced stuff.
The Audi four-wheel drive hybrid powertrain. Wonderfully advanced stuff.
Honda closes out the automaker portion of the NAIAS press conferences by announcing a couple of new vehicles -- and a new business jet.
Honda closes out the automaker portion of the NAIAS press conferences by announcing a couple of new vehicles — and a new business jet.
Nissan's new full size truck, the Titan
Nissan’s new full size truck, the Titan
Local Motors' 3D printer hard at work, making a car.
Local Motors’ 3D printer hard at work, making a car.
Eric Goldman, president of Verizon Telematics, and reigning IndyCar champ driver Will Power (yep, really) at the rollout of Verizon's new driver assistance and vehicle diagnostics service, Verizon Vehicle.
Eric Goldman, president of Verizon Telematics, and reigning IndyCar champ driver Will Power (yep, really) at the rollout of Verizon’s new driver assistance and vehicle diagnostics service, Verizon Vehicle.

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