The Windy City is a popular place to unveil new trucks and SUVs. The Chicago Auto Show is enormous and provides a great venue for consumers.
According to a statement released by Nissan, it has "found a way to maintain a presence at the Chicago show through our dealers, while still demonstrating...
A two-seat, low-volume sports car with Audi power. Coming to America summer 2008.
Not just for SC430s anymore. Lexus is adding RX and ES models to the Pebble Beach lineup, with more on the way.
BMW is showing a wider, more powerful racing version of the new M3 that will run in the American Le Mans Series.
Hyundai is bringing a sporty hatchback over from Europe for 2009. With all the space in back you might call it a sporty utility vehicle.
The production Challenger is finally here, and looking to beat the new Camaro off the sales line. We drive it in our April issue.
BMW is showing a racetrack-ready concept in Chicago. If your reaction is as positive as ours was, they may bring it to U.S. dealerships, too.
Brand loyalty is the idea behind a Suzuki-badged pickup. Now you'll have something to haul your motorcycle, ATV, and boat.
Acura's RL gets a more aggressive look and performance improvements for 2009. It can even predict the weather.
Chevrolet will get its own big crossover based on the Enclave/Outlook/Acadia platform. The Traverse will be the budget-minded one of the bunch.
With an all-new model coming for 2009, the current A4 attempts to go out with its headlamps held high.
Looking to do some mini European work? Try this mini European work van from Ford.
An eight-piece body kit gives the lower edge of the Edge some edge. Standard 20-inch wheels and optional 22s attempt to earn this crossover street cred.
The Sonata gets a major overhaul for 2009. Power and fuel economy increase for both the four- and six-cylinder engines.
With a mild refresh front and rear, the 2009 Galant looks to turn some heads away from Accords and Camrys.
Volkswagen is borrowing a minivan for the North American market. The Routan is based on Chrysler's best-sellers and offers a power-folding third-row seat.
GMC has a concept blending truck and car. It features a hybrid powertrain that can run on E85 ethanol and uses direct injection to boost power output.
The Eclipse gets some minor changes for 2009, including new headlights and a revised front end.
GM's trucks want to save fuel, too. The hybrid Sierra uses the same Two-Mode system first seen on the Yukon and Tahoe.
Hummer gets its first mass-market pickup. An optional V-8 and a full complement of off-roading gear should make for a good trail truck for the weekend...