It's been a hectic few days of unveilings in New York. Join us for a look back at some of the biggest cars of the show.
The terrifically impractical 2014 Lexus IS F is the most un-Lexus model in the lineup, but it's an absolute thriller.
Electric cars from the defunct Coda company are going for fire sale prices online.
Although lacking in the way of emotional engagement, the Chevy Malibu drives easy, and it gets the MyLink cabin tech interface, which emulates the style of smartphones.
Nissan unveiled the Sports Sedan Concept at the 2014 Detroit auto show, but CNET's Brian Cooley has a sneaking suspicion that this could be the next Nissan Maxima. Only time will tell.
Available as a V-8 or V-6, the large K900 sedan enters new territory and features many luxury and safety 'firsts' for the brand.
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The 2013 BMW 320i is a more accessible 3 Series, with driving dynamics similar to its more powerful siblings. However, techies will want to look further up the line for gadgets.
Bentley adds a sedan to its small stable with the all-new Flying Spur, filling an important niche in the automaker's lineup.
The 2015 Hyundai Genesis sedan is an excellent sequel to the original, maintaining a great value for a luxury sedan while adding a host of comfort and safety amenities.
Hyundai's flagship luxury sedan competes well against the Lexus LS and Infiniti M models, offering high-tech features, a spacious cabin, and an air suspension.