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Photos: Hot cars and a cool massage

A tribute to a legendary Lamborghini and a luxury Lexus heat up the North American International Auto Show.
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Camaro

At this week's North American International Auto Show, General Motors sends a blast from the past with its Cheverolet Camaro concept. The car's classic look is retained as it runs on a 400-horsepower 6.0-liter V8 engine borrowed from the 2006 Chevrolet Corvette. GM executives say they're still deciding whether or not to put the Camaro back into production.

Click for previous coverage of the Detroit show and highlights of last week's L.A. Auto Show.

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Camaro

The Camaro concept keeps much of the original interior design--complete with a three-spoke steering wheel.

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Lamborghini Miura

Italian carmaker Automobili Lamborghini brings back one of the most iconic names in automotive history, the Lamborghini Miura. The new Miura Concept is a tribute to the original Miura, which was first unveiled 40 years ago. The Miura boasts a long list of celebrity owners, from Jay Leno to Frank Sinatra. This Miura concept is a design study only, and there are currently no plans to put it into production.

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Lexus 460L

Lexus adds more luxury to its 2007 LS 460 and 460L models. Features include a heated steering wheel and body-heat sensors to maintain a comfortable climate for all occupants. Standard on the 460L model is a voice-activated HDD Navigation System with Bluetooth technology and a 19-speaker surround-sound system with an optional 8-gigabyte audio server. And best of all...

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back seat comfort

Rear passengers can enjoy reclining power seats equipped with power leg rests, and the right-rear seat contains a massager.

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Mazda CX-7 exterior

Originally presented as a concept car two years ago, the Mazda CX-7 is on display at the North American International Auto Show. It will go into production this year in Japan and will be sold in North America. Press and industry previews of the auto show continue through Thursday. It will be open to the public Saturday through Jan. 22.

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CX-7 interior

Mazda's CX-7 is being promoted as an SUV with sports-car performance.

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Range Rover Sport

The Range Rover Sport comes in two models, HSE and Supercharged. The former features a 4.4 liter 300-horsepower V8 engine. The latter, shown here, is equipped with a 4.2-liter 390-horsepower supercharged V8 engine.

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Range Rover display

The Range Rover Sport package includes a display detailing the operation of the four-wheel-drive system. The starting price of the Range Rover Sport series is $57,250.

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Range Rover Sport interior

The Range Rover Sport interior features a Harman Kardon Logic 7 surround-sound audio system, a navigation system and a telephone integration system with Bluetooth.

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