The Detroit Auto Show is the mother of all car shows. But, although the official press days begin today, you may have missed a lot if you weren't around last night — or, to be fair, during the middle of the day.
So if you didn't see what dropped last night here in Detroit, then no worries — we've got the full load right here.
Let's walk through what you missed. And remember, you can keep track of all of our coverage just by following our Detroit Auto Show tag page. Just keep hitting refresh and you'll get the full load of cars.
But for now, here's everything.
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General Motors has done a stellar job of bringing the Cadillac brand back from the brink of death. The Art & Science design language - now ten years old - More »
Based on the 2012 Beetle, the E-Bugster pays tribute to the Volkswagen Ragster concept that debuted exactly six years ago here at the Detroit Auto Show - More »
The most common complaint about the much-loved Hyundai Veloster is its relative lack of power. No more. Behold the Hyundai Veloster Turbo, which now offers 201 horsepower and 195 lb-ft of torque from their turbocharged 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine. More »
After brief opening remarks from General Motors CEO Dan Akerson, head of design Ed Welburn, and President of GM North America Mark Reuss at the College for Creative Studies, America's biggest automaker dropped the sheets off the Cadillac of compacts - More »
Taking a page from Ragu, Ford is giving buyers of the 2013 Ford Fusion more choices than they can probably comprehend. Five different powerplants (three gas, hybrid, plugin-hybrid), two transmissions, and FWD/AWD options. More »
Here in Detroit, Volkswagen is setting up to reveal its long-awaited entry in the gasoline-electric space. That's the Jetta Hybrid. Indeed, later this year, the company will introduce a hybrid version of its Jetta sedan.
The hybrid Jetta, thoughtfully referred to as the Jetta Hybrid, will be... More »
The many great Itailan-Americans who helped build this country would be furious to discover that their culture is now represented by the cast of Jersey Shore. More »