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Electric vehicles are hard to find at the Chicago Auto Show. Next year will be a different story.

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"There's going to be a lot of news from Chevrolet and GM," Majoris said. "We know where the market is going."

Despite the growing buzz over EVs, old-school, gas guzzling muscle cars are still stealing the show. Visitors at the Thursday preview mostly bypassed a pair of Chevy Bolt EVs for a 490-horsepower Corvette Stingray, while a 660-horsepower GT Liquid Carbon supercar is Ford's most prominent display.

Pericak didn't bother to offer mileage estimates for GT Liquid Carbon, which sells for $750,000.

"We don't worry about that in a car like this," Pericak said.


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