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2011 NAIAS: Ultimate Photo Gallery

Auto Shows | January 13th, 2011 by 5
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The press days at the 2011 Detroit Auto Show are over and tomorrow, the first international show of the year opens its door to the …

The press days at the 2011 Detroit Auto Show are over and tomorrow, the first international show of the year opens its door to the general public.

As a parting gift, we compiled a gallery of photos showing some of the most interesting vehicles we have seen at the show, with the main focus on BMW’s premium competitors: Audi and Mercedes.

Along with the two German automakers, we have included Porsche and its 918 “wonder car” that created impressive hype before, during and after the show.

Other vehicles included in the gallery are the new Bentley Continental GT and Mulsanne, Ferrari 458 Italia, Maserati, Porsche Cayman R, Jaguar, Range Rover Evoque and others.

2011 NAIAS: Ultimate Photo Gallery

Enjoy the photos!

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  • http://none christian

    Nice pics and great articles from NAIAS. Thanks :)
    But would be cool if you also could get used to take pictures from the side of the cars. Not so often that happens. Most of the times the pictures are taken diagonally from the front or back.
    Just a little wish :)

    • Hari G

      Yep, christian is right. Needs some improvement on the automotive photography part. There are 6 pictures of Audi A7 sportback from the same rear angle and 7 pictures of Audi A8 from the the same rear angle.

      BMWBLOG needs to use some creativity to capture the design language, lines, stance, features etc. on a car. These pictures look like you gave a high school kid a camera and 50 bucks and ask him to click as many as possible.

  • Efoza

    I really do not know why this blog site is pumping up the importance of this auto show. Is it as many say due to the fact that all the new European models, including BMWs, are just too boring to be launched in Europe where the standards and expectations are higher than in the US where most of the German cars are simply bought for status purposes? I wonder!!

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