Here's our full roundup of coverage from this year's Chicago show.
Mopar will sell 170 different parts for the new truck.
It's light on updated looks, but that means Toyota spent time updating the bits that count.
This is what Ram alluded to on social media during the Super Bowl.
Chicago might not be the biggest event on this year's auto show calendar, but several automakers are nevertheless bringing a number of important debuts.
Mopar will have more than 170 add-ons available for the new HD truck.
Under the hood is a 147-horsepower engine -- so the sportiness is visual only.
Upgrades include 18-inch wheels, red brake calipers and a trunklid spoiler.
More power, more torque and more active-safety features.
The tough truck's looks are inspired by those of the Ram Heavy Duty.
Crossover gets new lights and an updated front grille.
No, I'm not referring to "Clocks."
For customers who like to tweak their trucks, whether it's for off-roading or other types of use, Mopar plans to offer 170 new aftermarket parts for the 2019 Ram HD. A concept truck, shown at the 2019 Chicago Auto Show, demonstrates how those parts can be used to make the truck trail-ready.
Following its Chicago Auto Show debut, only 3,000 examples of the Racing Orange Miata will be built, 500 of which are reserved for the US.
The newest Jetta gets the GTI's engine, brakes and differential.
It also looks much more like a proper Range Rover.
Orange paint and dark Rays wheels make for a limited-edition Miata you won't want to miss.
Why should a truck tailgate simply fold down? Ram has an advanced new solution in the form of its Multifunction tailgate, with a 60 to 40 split arrangement that can open, French doors-style, for easier access to the cargo bed.
No longer does Volkswagen's sporty sedan, the Jetta GLI, lag behind the GTI hatchback in performance. The 2019 GLI has 228 horsepower, an electronically controlled differential, upgraded suspension and the same 13.4-inch brakes as a GTI.
There's just a light update to its style, with more substantial improvements beneath.
It's more than just an appearance package, which is refreshing.
At the Chicago Auto Show, Alfa said only 15 Italias will come to North America.
Just 500 were reserved for the US, and they're all spoken for.
Only 3,000 examples of the bright orange Miata will be built.
It looks better, and it's better equipped. What's not to like?
It's ready to venture a little further off the beaten path.
Appearance aside, it won't get you any more ready for rock crawling, but it'll help with towing.