Chicago is now the first auto show of the calendar year, so the spotlight is a little bigger than it used to be.
These are the first 20-inch wheels offered for either Jeep.
The body might be old, but the powertrain is brand new.
Each of these rigs gains a range of enhancements designed to make it more stylish and versatile.
And a new Boost Blue color looks seriously good.
VW's three-row SUV has been updated with a new badge and styling to match.
After the current Passat goes away, its successor likely won't be gas-powered.
The automaker is bringing three more blacked-out, special-edition vehicles to market. The Tacoma and Tundra pickup trucks are getting this treatment and so is the Sequoia SUV.
Volkswagen of America COO Johan de Nysschen believes electrification "could represent an opportunity" for the brand to finally offer a truck in the US.
At the Chicago Auto Show, one of our favorite family haulers gets mildly SUV-like styling, all-wheel drive and a raft of new safety and tech gear. Plus, pillows.
It's still on the original engine and transmission, too.
This midcycle refresh covers both a new look and new equipment.
This mid-cycle refresh adds both style and safety equipment.
Ford showed the upgraded supercar off at the Chicago Auto Show, and there's also a reimagined Gulf Racing Heritage livery available if you're feeling nostalgic.
There's a good amount of Nappa leather inside, too.
That's about two trips to the Moon and back.
One of this vehicle's most important changes can be summed up with three simple letters: IRS. No, this has nothing to do with taxes, instead, the latest and greatest Escalade gets a new independent rear suspension plus a whole lot more.
Mildly updated styling, a touch more performance from the V8 engine and fresh tech inside are the main aspects of this refresh.
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."