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Auto shows traditionally are a time for automakers to make grand promises and gung-ho predictions.

Over the years, some of the cars touted at events such as the annual North American International Auto Show in Detroit have found their way into our garages, other times they have vanished almost as quickly as the venue spotlights dimmed.

This year's incarnation of the big auto show starts Sunday.
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