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Car tech on display at CES 2014

With bigger tech than most big-screen TVs, automakers revved up some gadget geeks with new car tech at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week.

Audi showed off a prototype self-driving feature it calls "Piloted Driving" in a model A7 outfitted with cameras, radar and lasers.

(Read more: A high-tech year ahead for automakers)

The Audi A7 Autonomous on display at the 2014 Audi CES keynote presentation at The Chelsea at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas on Monday.
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The Audi A7 Autonomous on display at the 2014 Audi CES keynote presentation at The Chelsea at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas on Monday.

BMW demonstrated self-driving and self-drifting ConnectedDrive prototypes equipped with cameras, radar, ultrasonic sensors and, of course, GPS.

And for music-loving drivers, Ford displayed a 2014 Ford Fusion with music streaming via iHeart Radio, a Ford F-150 Raptor SVT with SiriusXM satellite radio and a 2014 Ford Fiesta with streaming music via Pandora.

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