The 11 coolest cars we can’t wait to see at the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas

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The Nissan Ariya Concept. Nissan

The International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) has become an important venue for automakers to show off their ideas for electric vehicles and autonomous-driving technology.

This year, big names like Mercedes-Benz and Toyota, as well as startups like Byton and Fisker Inc., are bringing concept and production vehicles to the event, which runs from January 7-10 in Las Vegas.

These are the 11 vehicles we’re most excited to see at CES.


Mercedes-Benz EQC 400 4Matic

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Mercedes-Benz EQC 400 4Matic. Mercedes-Benz

Mercedes-Benz will release this electric SUV in the US in 2021.


Mercedes-Benz Vision EQS

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Mercedes-Benz Vision EQS. Daimler

Mercedes-Benz unveiled this electric concept sedan in September at the International Motor Show in Frankfurt.


BMW i3

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BMW i3 with the Urban Suite interior. BMW

BMW says it will show off a redesigned interior, called the Urban Suite, for its i3 electric sedan.


Byton M-Byte

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Byton M-Byte. Byton

Byton has suggested it will bring its M-Byte SUV.


Byton K-Byte

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Byton K-Byte. Byton

Byton might also bring its K-Byte sedan, which it displayed at CES in 2019.


Hybrid plug-in Jeeps

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A Jeep Compass plug-in hybrid. Fiat Chrysler

Jeep will bring plug-in hybrid versions of its Wrangler, Compass, and Renegade SUVs.


Fisker Ocean

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Fisker Ocean. Fisker Inc.

Fisker Inc will show its Ocean electric SUV to the public for the first time at CES.


Hyundai Personal Air Vehicle

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Hyundai Personal Air Vehicle. Hyundai

Hyundai will unveil a flying-vehicle concept.


Nissan Ariya Concept

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Nissan Ariya Concept. Nissan

Nissan debuted this electric concept SUV at the Tokyo Motor Show in 2019.


Toyota e-Palette

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Toyota e-Palette. Toyota

Toyota has said its autonomous e-Palette vehicles could one day be used for ride-sharing, deliveries, or retail.


Toyota LQ

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Toyota LQ. Toyota

Toyota will also show off an autonomous passenger-vehicle concept.