The Detroit Auto Show was slightly less depressing than last year, thanks to an onslaught of, like, five unawful cars. Every car we covered can be found in the Jalopnik round-up below.
This year's North American International Auto Show was an interesting ball of wax. Detroit 2009 was a sad marriage of tradition and desperation. The year before that was an old-school, big-budget party. 2010 is somewhere in between; the excess pessimism is gone, but so is the wild-eyed optimism. With a few exceptions (*cough* GMC Granite *cough*), careful, intelligent moves were the order of the day. Here's the list of stuff that mattered.
GMC Granite: God Is In The Details
GMC's Granite concept is supposed to be professional grade. Maybe, maybe not. Regardless, the details are killer.