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Auto show press preview starts Monday

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Sunday night, General Motors unveiled its sleek, sexy, 2014 Corvette. It's the first all-new version of the sports car in nine years. The 2014 Corvette arrives in showrooms this fall.

Click on the video player to see the Corvette, and final preparations for this year's auto show.

Monday, the press preview begins. About 6,000 journalists from across the globe are in Detroit. This year's auto show is expected to be bigger and flashier than recent years. The show is expected to generate $350 million for the local economy.

Stay with Fox 2 and myfoxdetroit.com for complete auto show coverage. We'll be live at Cobo all morning long on Fox 2 News morning.

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