When I was a kid, going to the auto show was one of the most exciting things we did every year. Dazzling displays, shiny new models, and the hubbub of thousands of show-goers created electricity in the air. Today, as a member of the media, it's a very different experience. The press days at a modern auto show are a grueling marathon. Every auto maker has a half hour to hawk its wares, and the press conferences run back-to-back, dawn to dusk. There is an overflow crowd at each press ...
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