AutoComplete: Hyundai's 2018 Elantra GT is a hotter hatch
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Hyundai finally has a reinvigorated hatch back to go up against the latest five doors from Honda, Mazda and VW.
We're checking out the 2018 Elantra GT that bows at today's Chicago auto show and it looks sharp.
It arrives with a choice of two 4-cylinders including a 1.6 liter turbo with 201 horsepower.
There's loads of available tech smarts too including autonomous emergency braking An eight inch infotainment system and amazon Alexa integration.
Chicago has long been know as a big truck show and Toyota is taking that literally.
It's showing refreshes of its two largest vehicles the Tundra and Sequoia.
Both received new advance safety gear like lane departure alert and pre collision with pedestrian detection.
As well as new TRD sports models featuring smarter handling the updates help but Toyota Tacoma is still as old as it name sake tree it's been around since 2008.
How about a new one.
Speaking of monster SUVs Ford is showing its 2018 Expedition in the windy city and it's all new.
The three-row [UNKNOWN] continues to be available in two lengths, only now it's got sleek new aluminum bodywork, and it rides atop a chassis borrowed from the latest F-150.
Powered by 3.5 liter turbocharged V6, it sports a transmission with as many speeds as your first bike, ten.
It's also got Sync-3 Infotainment, a 360 degree camera system and 15 cup holders.
Find more on these stories over on theroadshow.com and we'll talk to you tomorrow.
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