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"The Detroit Auto Show: All Access" will air live on Monday, January 11th at 8PM.
"The Detroit Auto Show: All Access"
CNBC is set to give you an all access look at the 2010 Detroit Auto Show. Award winning automotive reporter, Phil Lebeau, will show viewers the car & truck of the year and look ahead at what models will be hot and not in 2010.
"The Detroit Auto Show: All Access" will also focus on the growing green revolution for the world’s carmakers. When will we really see electric cars on the road? What will they cost? And who's going to win the battle - the big three, the Japanese, China?
New York Times technology columnist & CNBC contributor, David Pogue, will join Phil to showcase the new gadgets and gizmos that you’ll see inside cars in years ahead, plus we’ll be talking to the top automotive writers in the business - Matt DeLorenzo of Road & Track, Jean Jennings of Automobile Magazine, Angus MacKenzie of Motor Trend and many more.
Go behind the wheel on Monday January 11th LIVE at 8PM for "The Detroit Auto Show: All Access" on CNBC.
The show will repeat on Saturday, January 16th at 7PM and Sunday, January 17th at 9PM.
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