WATCH: Check Out Aftermarket Innovations Introduced At CES 2018

WATCH: Check Out Aftermarket Innovations Introduced At CES 2018

Check out today’s AMN Video to see the latest automotive innovations presented at CES 2018. More than 170,000 attendees from more than 150 countries came out to see the latest innovations from the 3,900 exhibitors at this year’s show. Perhaps a few names will be familiar to you.

CES – the Consumer Electronics Show. Consistently ranked as one of the biggest trade shows in the United States, CES has been the place to be if you wanted to see the latest in tech – from the newest phones and gadgets to fitness wearables and 3-D design.

Over the past several years, the automotive segment has seen an increasing presence at the show as well, and this year was certainly no exception. Tech innovations surrounding autonomous driving and mobility are some of the key themes that drew attention and headlines at this year’s show, which took place Jan. 9-12 in Las Vegas.

Check out today’s AMN Video to see the latest automotive innovations presented at CES 2018. More than 170,000 attendees from more than 150 countries came out to see the latest innovations from the 3,900 exhibitors at this year’s show. Perhaps a few names will be familiar to you.

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