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Connecticut International Auto Show begins in Hartford

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WFSB Anchor Kevin Hogan checks out Connecticut International Auto Show. (WFSB) WFSB Anchor Kevin Hogan checks out Connecticut International Auto Show. (WFSB)
HARTFORD, CT (WFSB) -

Visitors to the Hartford Convention Center will try out for size all kinds of vehicles this weekend.

More than 100 models have been showcased this year for the Connecticut International Auto Show.

They will feature domestic and foreign models, but it's the technology and high-performance that's really creating buzz.

Each passenger in the rear has their own personal screen.

"She's looking for something that's luxurious. I want a luxury, classic car. Right now I can't make up my mind what I want. Too many to decide," Myra Bogard, of Springfield, MA said.

What has really come of age are the hybrid vehicles. There are electric models as well as a hydrogen powered Sedan.

"I think they have some fantastic automobiles here," Jim Robidoux, of Wethersfield said.

Visitors can also check out the Channel Three Weather Tracker and get a tour inside of the truck.

There are also classic cars courtesy of the Klingberg Center in New Britain.

The show is open 10 p.m. Friday until 5 p.m. Sunday.

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