2018 Toyota Camry

The Toyota Camry comes out with a whole new generation, incorporating more dynamic styling and, purportedly, more engaged driving.

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2018 Toyota Camry

As the best-selling car in the US, the launch of the 2018 Camry makes it one of the biggest stories at the Detroit Auto Show.

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2018 Honda Odyssey

Honda's Odyssey, a longtime hit among the minivan crowd, received a major update for the Detroit Auto Show.

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2018 Honda Odyssey

The new Odyssey gets many in-cabin features designed for the family.

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2018 Subaru WRX STI

Subaru may have removed the Impreza name from its WRX and WRX STI performance models, but the cars still share the same platform. And so as the Impreza showed off a new generation last year, Subaru brings the all-new WRX and WRX STI models to the Detroit Auto Show.

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2018 Kia Stinger

Kia brought a big surprise to the Detroit Auto Show, a sport sedan with a hatchback, the 2018 Stinger.

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2018 Kia Stinger

Unlike most of Kia's models, the Stinger uses rear-wheel-drive architecture. Its available 3.3-liter, twin-turbo V6 makes 365 horsepower, giving it legitimate power.

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2018 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe

The newest E-Class sedan came out last year, receiving much of the same engineering and technology that makes the S-Class such a good car. For the Detroit Auto Show, Mercedes-Benz brought out the coupe version of the E-Class, making for a more aesthetically pleasing car.

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2018 Lexus LS 500

Lexus at long last released a major update of its LS flagship sedan, showing off the 2018 model at the Detroit Auto Show.

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2018 Lexus LS 500

Similar to other luxury sedan makers, Lexus downsized the engine for the new Lexus, using a turbocharged V6 instead of a V8, and getting more power than the previous engine.

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2018 Lexus LS 500

The Lexus LS sedan has always been a very comfortable car, but now the company emphasizes its dynamic handling, as well.

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2017 Nissan Rogue Sport

Nissan brought a European model to the Detroit auto show, its Qashqai model renamed as the Rogue Sport.

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2017 Nissan Rogue Sport

The Rogue Sport shares comes in a bit smaller than Nissan's existing Rogue model, but the segment has become very popular, so sales should not be a problem.

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2018 GMC Terrain

GMC's little SUV got a slight refresh for the Detroit Auto Show, along with the announcement of an available diesel engine.

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2018 GMC Terrain

The Terrain competes with cars such as the Ford Escape and Toyota RAV4 but retains more rugged SUV looks.

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2018 Volkswagen Tiguan

Volkswagen brought a new version of its Tiguan small SUV to the Detroit Auto Show, recognizing the popularity of this segment.

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2018 Volkswagen Tiguan

This new Tiguan, designed especially for the US, makes use of a longer wheelbase than the European model.

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2018 Audi SQ5

Audi unveiled an updated version of its SQ5, the sport version of its Q5 small SUV.

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2018 Audi SQ5

The SQ5 brings Audi's electronics expertise to bear, including its phenomenal Virtual Cockpit display.

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2018 Mercedes-AMG GLA45

At the Detroit Auto Show, Mercedes-Benz highlighted tech updates to its compact SUV, the GLA-Class, available as both the Mercedes-Benz GLA250 and the Mercedes-AMG GLA45.

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2018 Chevrolet Traverse

Chevrolet brings a major update of its Traverse model, a three-row SUV, to the Detroit Auto Show.

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2018 Chevrolet Traverse

Along with the latest version of Chevrolet's MyLink navigation and entertainment system, this larger Traverse boasts more space.

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2018 Mercedes-AMG GT

While it looks like the previous year's model, for 2018 Mercedes-AMG gives its GT model more power and performance.

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2017 Bentley Continental Supersports

While not on the Detroit Auto Show floor, Bentley announced its 2017 Continental Supersports, highlighting its outrageous 700 horsepower.

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2018 Ford F-150

Ford updated the styling of its F-150 pickup, making it look more like the Superduty model, and announced a diesel engine option.

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