2020 Toyota Supra
Toyota's legendary Supra sports car returns with German bones.
The previous F-150 SVT Raptor set new heights for production off-road performance. More power and less weight can only mean great things.
As organizers reconsider the traditional auto show, Motor Bella is being billed as a "bridge to the future."
The show, officially known as the North American International Auto Show, was meant to be this June, but then the pandemic happened.
The TCF Center, home of Detroit's North American International Auto Show, is getting repurposed.
As we take our first go in the production Supra, we can't help but look back at this fabled nameplate.
Even though it has 334,544 bricks, it weighs less than the real truck.
Kia's largest-ever SUV was revealed in Detroit, but its star turn may have come during the brand's West Point, Georgia-themed Super Bowl ad.
In a world of electric, self-driving cars, it seems there's still no replacement for old-fashioned American muscle. See our top picks from this year's Detroit Auto Show.
How does Toyota's resurrected icon compare with other sports car legends?
It's also some 1,000 pounds lighter than the real thing.
Toyota's legendary Supra is back after a 20-year hiatus. What’s your opinion: Love? Hate? Somewhere in between?
It's got a tricked-out water scooter at the Detroit Auto Show that will let autonomous surface craft navigate rough seas much more efficiently.
We compare Ford's new 700-plus horsepower beast with the rest of the best modern American muscle to find out which comes out on top.
The QX50 and QX60 may be Infiniti's breadwinners, but company execs believe there's a lot more market share to be had.
From 700-plus-horsepower Ford Mustangs, to electrified crossover concepts, to the long-awaited return of the Toyota Supra, here's everything we saw at the 2019 Detroit Auto Show.
Our editors discuss the cars that impressed them most at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
It's almost like the LC was designed from the outset to be a convertible.
The 2019 North American International Auto Show in Detroit opens to the public on Saturday, Jan. 19. Here are the biggest things you can't miss from the show floor, including the Ford Shelby Mustang GT500 and the 2020 Ford Explorer.
With parts from the Challenger and Charger SRT Hellcat, this Super Charger is seriously sweet.
The Entranze points toward a future full of spacious autonomous minivans.
Mopar built a 1,000-horsepower crate motor. Because of course it did.
With 341 horsepower on tap, it's guaranteed to be a good time.
Toyota's new Supra is the most controversial debut of the 2019 Detroit Auto Show.
We compare the latest American muscle from Chevy, Dodge and Ford.
More than 90 percent of its interior materials come from sustainable sources.
Plenty of rumors pointed to unveilings that were supposed to happen in the Motor City but never did.
The Blue Oval's Detroit Auto Show star gets raw and uncensored.
N Line sits between the regular models and the hot-to-trot N.
It's a shame you can't buy those fenders for the street.