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As the 2013 North American International Auto Show comes to a close on Sunday, there is plenty to look back at and see what automakers had in store not only for Detroit, but for the world.

First, there was the unveiling of the Chevrolet Corvette Stingray, which attracted many near and far during the auto show.

NAIAS 2013 officially kicked off Jan. 14 with a number of new concepts unveiled to the press. The world was introduced to 59 vehicles at this year's auto show, including the Lincoln MKC, Acura NSX and Hyundai Genesis concepts.

PHOTOS: Concept vehicles at NAIAS

On Jan. 16, automotive professionals gathered in Detroit to take a look not only at the vehicles, but also the engineering and parts that put each vehicle together.

Friday evening was the Auto Show Charity Preview, in which nearly $4 million was raised for nine children's charities from the 13,069 people who attended the gala event, according to NAIAS.

MORE: Nearly $4 million raised at Auto Show Charity Preview

NAIAS officially opened to the public Saturday, with more than 100,000 people attending. Some of the vehicles that seemed to grab the most amount of attention over the weekend were the new Ford Atlas concept, Acura NSX concept and Tesla Model S.

Besides seeing the latest cars, attendees were able to test their skills in a number of exhibits, including the Toyota "Drive Land" motion-controlled game, texting in answers to Ford questions, and even dancing with the Kia hamsters.

PHOTOS: What to do, experience at 2013 NAIAS

NAIAS says 58,113 people attended the auto show on Education Day, which was held on Jan. 23. Nearly 5,000 preschool and high school students were able to learn more about the auto industry and even participate in the parade.

MORE: Students attend Education Day

Also held during the Public Show were parades that took place at 3:30pm and 7pm daily. Their "Auto Show in Motion" parade featured celebrities, including Red Wings announcer Mickey Redmond and actress Erin Cummings.

PHOTOS: NAIAS hosts Red Wings announcer Mickey Redmond

Torii Hunter, Phil Coke, Justin Verlander and Miguel Cabrera of the Detroit Tigers spoke with fans on Jan. 25. They answered any questions they may have had about the upcoming season or some of their favorite moments of their career.

PHOTOS: Detroit Tigers talk with fans at NAIAS 2013

This only sums of some of the vehicles and events that took place at this year's auto show. Below are more articles that highlight what many were able to experience at NAIAS 2013: