2013 Detroit Auto Show
2013 Detroit Auto Show Top Stories
Long-awaited overhaul gives the Corvette a whole new look and feel.
Check out a first look inside the Corvette cockpit.
Lexus is evidently dead serious about removing some of the starch from its collar.
Peel away that slick exterior and you'll find a trusty Hyundai Azera doing the grunt work.
Despite being totally redone, it looks exactly like we expected.
The brutish pickup gives us a glimpse at what the next-generation F-150 may bring to the table.
What's really attractive about the Note is its starting price: $13,990.
The car makes use of the same basic architecture as the Chevrolet Volt.
It comes with a 560-horsepower twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V8 engine.
The 35is driveline means that you'll find a high-output version of the turbo 3.0-liter N54 engine.
Honda debuted a preview of new a Fit-based crossover.
The concept heralds the next Corolla design.
This Model X is an updated design prototype, not even a beta version.
It's expected to be a pretty good indication of styling for the next-generation Genesis sedan.
We finally got the chance to see the full family in the flesh.
The 2014 Grand Cherokee marks the return of a diesel model here in the States.
The basic theme of the Q50 was inspired by the Infiniti LE Concept we saw earlier in the year.
This will be the car that replaces the 3 Series Coupe in the automaker's lineup.
The MKC is pivotal to Lincoln's effort to rebuild awareness and consideration.
Runners up are the Ford Fusion and Mazda CX-5.
The automaker showed off a production version that hews closely to the concept car shown last year.
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