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Zhenhai Chen, a consultant for General Motors, drives an en-v concept car at the 2011 New York International Auto Show. (AP)
Zhenhai Chen, a consultant for General Motors, drives an en-v concept car at the 2011 New York International Auto Show. (AP)

More than a million people are expected this week to stream through the New York Auto Show, which was the first and is still the largest in the U.S. But it's coinciding this year with an upstart that threatens to upstage it — the auto show in Shanghai. Car company executives are choosing to unveil some of their models first in China. We'll take a look at the cars with Paul Eisenstein, veteran automotive reporter and publisher of The Detroit Bureau.

This segment aired on April 28, 2011.

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