DETROIT -- Ford unveiled a successor to its already legendary Ford GT model from 2005 and 2006, a midengine supercar, here at the Detroit auto show.
The new Ford GT takes advantage of the latest aerodynamics and driveline technology.
The historic Ford GT was also on display in Detroit.
Acura unveiled the highly anticipated new NSX at the 2015 Detroit auto show.
Unlike the Ford GT, the new NSX uses a hybrid drivetrain and all-wheel drive.
Alfa Romeo came to Detroit with an open-top version of its sexy little 4C sport car.
Alfa Romeo showed off the 4C Spider in conjunction with the $10 million 1967 Stradale, establishing some serious automotive history and credibility for a US audience.
The Michelin man strolled around the Detroit auto show.
Although not a new model, Dodge had its Viper on display.
Dodge brought its Challenger T/A concept to the show, serving as a showcase of Mopar accessories.
Ford had more to say about performance with the Shelby GT350R.
For high-performance offroad driving, Ford had its newest F-150 Raptor.
Buick showed off its future with the Avenir concept.
Infiniti offered an almost fully realized look at its newest production coupe with the Q60 concept.
BMW refreshed its 6-series model, bringing a high-performance M6 version to the floor.
BMW bolstered its 6-series lineup with a four-door Gran Coupe and this 650i convertible version.
BMW proved its performance bona fides with this 3.0 CSL from 1975.
Kia fixed up one of its Sedona minivans as a carting carrier.
Porsche had its Panamera leading the lineup, in advance of its introduction of the Cayenne Turbo S and the 911 Targa 4 GTS.
If a Mini Cooper S isn't powerful enough for you, Mini has the new John Cooper Works version on display.
Mini had its previously unveiled Superlegger Vision concept on display.
Chevrolet went green, unveiling a concept electric car with a 200-mile range.
The Chevrolet Volt saw a much anticipated update, boasting more electric range and improved looks.
Buick showed flair for fun with the convertible new model, Cascada.
With an open top you can hear the growl of the exhaust in this performance version of Bentley's Continental Convertible.
BMW reminded show goers that it also makes motorcycles.
Mercedes-Benz launched its new Mercedes-AMG brand last year with this, the GT S.
Mercedes-Benz brought its Formula 1 winner, the AMG Petronas F1 W05 Hybrid, to the Detroit show, along with the trophy it obtained in the 2014 season.
Audi showed the drivetrain, but not the actual car, from its upcoming Q7 plug-in hybrid.
Military hardware was on display on the lower level of the Cobo Center.
This MRAP was designed to resist roadside explosives.
An M2 A3 Bradley Fighting Vehicle rounded out the military hardware.
Local Motors showed off how it can 3D print a car.
Oak Ridge National Laboratory used 3D printing to build this Shelby body.
Honda used its FCV concept to highlight the work it is doing on fuel cells and efficient engines.
Audi shows its strong tech hand with the new Q7.
Mercedes-Benz included an AMG version of the new GLE-class it introduced in Detroit.
Fresh from its introduction at CES 2015, the Mercedes-Benz F 015 concept found its place at the Detroit auto show.
The 2016 Lincoln MKX also makes its debut, bringing the styling cues of the smaller MKC to the larger model.
Automakers constantly experiment with new niches. The new Volvo S60 Cross Country takes the sport sedan's chassis and raises it up a few inches for more ground clearance.
We really hope that Hyundai is serious about building this diesel-powered mashup of a compact crossover and a pint-size pickup truck.
With 640 horsepower on tap, the new CTS-V is the most powerful model that Caddy has ever offered.