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First staged in 1901, the Chicago Auto Show is the largest auto show in North America and has been held more times than any other auto exposition on the continent. This year marks the 108th edition of the Chicago Auto Show.

 
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    “An automobile with the racetrack, the motorway and twisting country roads as its natural hunting grounds,” was how Audi described the soul of the Le Mans quattro concept study. Displayed at the 2004 Chicago Auto Show, the Le Mans was painted Jet Blue. The cab forward body and add-on parts were formed out of aluminum and carbon fiber reinforced plastics. Behind the cockpit but ahead of the rear axle was the longitudinally V-10 ‘biturbo’ engine visible through a large, transparent rear flap.
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    “An automobile with the racetrack, the motorway and twisting country roads as its natural hunting grounds,” was how Audi described the soul of the Le Mans quattro concept study. Displayed at the 2004 Chicago Auto Show, the Le Mans was painted Jet Blue. The cab forward body and add-on parts were formed out of aluminum and carbon fiber reinforced plastics. Behind the cockpit but ahead of the rear axle was the longitudinally V-10 ‘biturbo’ engine visible through a large, transparent rear flap.
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    “An automobile with the racetrack, the motorway and twisting country roads as its natural hunting grounds,” was how Audi described the soul of the Le Mans quattro concept study. Displayed at the 2004 Chicago Auto Show, the Le Mans was painted Jet Blue. The cab forward body and add-on parts were formed out of aluminum and carbon fiber reinforced plastics. Behind the cockpit but ahead of the rear axle was the longitudinally V-10 ‘biturbo’ engine visible through a large, transparent rear flap.
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    “An automobile with the racetrack, the motorway and twisting country roads as its natural hunting grounds,” was how Audi described the soul of the Le Mans quattro concept study. Displayed at the 2004 Chicago Auto Show, the Le Mans was painted Jet Blue. The cab forward body and add-on parts were formed out of aluminum and carbon fiber reinforced plastics. Behind the cockpit but ahead of the rear axle was the longitudinally V-10 ‘biturbo’ engine visible through a large, transparent rear flap.
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    “An automobile with the racetrack, the motorway and twisting country roads as its natural hunting grounds,” was how Audi described the soul of the Le Mans quattro concept study. Displayed at the 2004 Chicago Auto Show, the Le Mans was painted Jet Blue. The cab forward body and add-on parts were formed out of aluminum and carbon fiber reinforced plastics. Behind the cockpit but ahead of the rear axle was the longitudinally V-10 ‘biturbo’ engine visible through a large, transparent rear flap.