I went to the show, but decided not to take my camera with me due to the number of people and the weather. I have an digital SLR and don't like people smashing into my camera. My old point and shoot was out of commission so no pictures for me. It was the first time I actually saw the Nav unit in a Mazda3. My hatch is not here yet should get it next month. After looking through the show. I think I made the correct choice in the Mazda3. I think I will be very happy.
I went Saturday, what a zoo! Especially around the Ferraris and such! It was like 4 people deep. Spent about 4 -4 1/2 hours there and took some 230 photos although many just diff angles and such on the same car. I plan on weeding some out and then posting them on flickr.
omg i saw this car in a magazine, but i thought it was just a concept, i had no idea they already made one!
It's the hotness. 8) I gotta wonder how they deal with the absence of side mirrors. Hidden cameras?
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OH i see, but how can you see other cars in such a tiny sliver??
Hmm I guess those indeed are actually cameras.
From a Mazda press release: The roof molding tightens up the flowing cabin and gives an accent to the body styling as well. Cameras located at the forward end of each molding convey rear views to a center cockpit display screen. Turn signals are also integrated into these protruding accents.
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