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Honda showcased its hydrogen-powered fuel cell car, the EPX. It's currently being tested and driven by a family in California.
Victor Muller, CEO of Dutch carmaker Spyker Cars, which made a big splash at the LA Auto Show. The company's Spyker C8 Laviolette is driven by actress Sharon Stone in the upcoming film "Basic Instinct 2: Risk Addiction."
Volvo's futuristic 3CC, which seats three, is propelled by a quiet electric powertrain, so it has zero emissions. The electric power comes from lithium-ion cells, identical to those used in laptop computers, that are packaged in the vehicle's floor. The 3CC can accelerate to 62 mph in about 10 seconds.