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2014 CES: Live Coverage

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2015 Audi TT cabin previewed at CES

2015 Audi TT cabin previewed at CES

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We are currently live at the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas bringing you all the latest in the way of automotive technology news right from the show floor. Here's a look at what's been announced so far:

Audi's been making some noise at CES this year and has just revealed the interior of the upcoming 2015 TT which features as much high tech as it does high style. The German automaker also used the stage to announce 4G LTE data connections for the 2015 A3 sedan, and that it's bringing Android OS to future vehicles.

Audi wasn't the only automaker making noise with 4G LTE data, as Chevrolet announced that some of its 2015 model year vehicles including the Corvette Stingray, Impala, Malibu, and Volt will offer the high-speed data connections. Fast Internet in the car is cool, but a built-in hard-wired performance data recorder from the factory with a warranty is absolutely awesome, and that's exactly what the 2015 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray will offer.

Hyundai's showing off the new 2015 Genesis next week in Detroit, but it told the world at CES that the new luxury sedan will be able to connect with Google Glass.

Meanwhile over at the BMW booth, we learned about the automaker's new ActiveAssist tech which will help drivers at the limit. If that wasn't enough, the Roundel also showed off its new Assistance tech as it continues to roll out its new i3 electric car.

To see exactly what we are seeing on the show floor be sure to check out our Storify below. Also be sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram after you bookmark our CES show hub.

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