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2013 NAIAS: Pictures from an Exhibition (2)

And, following from yesterday’s selection of photos shot for autofieldblog by Patrick Wong at the 2013 North American International Auto Show. . . Infiniti Q50 Concept: Volkswagen CrossBlue Concept: Ford Atlas Concept: 2014 Nissan Versa Note: Nissan Resonance Concept: 2014 Mercedes E Class Coupe:   Honda Urban Concept:   Maserati Quattroporte:   BMW 4 Series Concept Coupe: Lincoln MKC Concept: 2014 Lexus IS 350:       Technorati Tags: Lexus IS 350,Lincoln MKC Concept,BMW 4 Series Concept,Honda Urban SUV Concept,Maserati Quattroporte,2014 Mercedes E Class Coupe,Ford Atlas Concept,Nissan Resonance Concept,Infiniti Q50 Concpet,VW CrossBlue Concept,2014 Nissan Versa Note
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And, following from yesterday’s selection of photos shot for autofieldblog by Patrick Wong at the 2013 North American International Auto Show. . .

Infiniti Q50 Concept:

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I

Volkswagen CrossBlue Concept:

V

Ford Atlas Concept:

F

F

2014 Nissan Versa Note:

2

2

Nissan Resonance Concept:

N

N

2014 Mercedes E Class Coupe:

2

 

Honda Urban Concept:

H

 

Maserati Quattroporte:

M

 

BMW 4 Series Concept Coupe:

B

B

Lincoln MKC Concept:

L

L

2014 Lexus IS 350:

L

L

 

 

 

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