Under the lights, elaborate displays and tons of polished sheet metal, the 2003 North American International Auto Show in Detroit is serious business. There is a touch of the whimsical – like a 500-hp motorcycle, the Dodge Tomahawk, which essentially is the Viper’s V-10 engine on wheels. But the more overriding theme of the show is how many key products are on display, vehicles critical to the auto makers showing them. And it is overwhelmingly attractive. There are no real “ugly ...
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