Explore the latest in-vehicle technology advances at CES, where a record number of car makers are exhibiting the most high-tech automobiles ever to hit the market. And more than 100 automotive tech firms, like Delphi, Mitek and Pioneer will showcase the latest after-market automotive technologies and services. Here’s a quick look:
Audi of America
Booth: LVCC, CES Central Plaza CP-35 and North Hall 1130
Audi’s connected car innovations include  piloted driving and parking as well as 4G LTEenabled  Wi-Fi connectivity. 
Chrysler LLC
Booth: LVCC, North Hall 301
Chrysler’s Uconnect integrates music, calls  and travel destinations to connect drivers to  the people, places and things that matter to  them. 
Ford Motor Company
Booth: LVCC, North Hall 2220
SYNC and SYNC with MyFord Touch keep  drivers entertained and informed. Using voice  commands, touchscreen controls and steering  wheel-mounted buttons, the SYNC system  gives drivers control. 
Booth: LVCC, North Hall – 1830
Founded in 1911 in Detroit, Chevrolet is now  one of the world’s largest car brands, doing  business in more than 140 countries and selling  more than 4 million cars and trucks a year.  At the 2013 CES Chevrolet is displaying some  of the latest and most innovative mobile,  infotainment, smart grid and connectivity  solutions to hit the automobile industry. 
Hyundai Motor Company
Booth: LVCC, North Hall 315
Hyundai’s Blue Link technology is a hands-free  navigator, an on-site mechanic and a personal  concierge and its Eco-Coach system helps  drivers become more fuel-efficient to save  money. 
KIA Motors America Inc.
Booth: LVCC, North Hall 530
Kia’s UVO eServices is an advanced voiceactivated  system. UVO includes smartphonebased  connectivity that provides telematics,  parked vehicle locator and advanced vehicle  relationship management. 
Booth: LVCC, North Hall 2835
Lexus’s heads-up display, projects turn-byturn  directions, audio information and vehicle  speed onto the windshield while an available  15-speaker Mark Levinson Premium Surround  Sound Audio System uses 7.1-channel  architecture and 330 watts of power for the  ultimate audio experience. 

Subaru of America Inc.
Booth: LVCC, CES Central Plaza CP-14
Subaru keeps drivers connected with advances  like Subaru’s EyeSight technology, which  uses two cameras mounted by the rearview  mirror to monitor traffic and automatically  react to conditions. 

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