The 112th edition of the Chicago Auto Show has thousands of the world’s top executives, analysts and journalists all meeting at the city’s massive exhibition hall, McCormick Place. This year’s event will play host to a slew of new truck and sport-utility introductions as well as some other debuts designed to whet the appetites of industry veterans and aficionados alike.
Of course, TheDetroitBureau.com will be on hand for the important reveals as well as talking with the aforementioned execs and industry types to get the latest news as it happens. Because news is always breaking, be sure to check back with us regularly to keep pace with what’s happening in the Windy City.
Here are the stories we’ve already covered:
- Jaguar Launches Hot Wheels Competition for Auto Engineers in the Making
- Jaguar Announces Pricing, Simplified Line-Up as F-Type Makes North American Debut
- With Little New Product, Chrysler Struggles to Stay Relevant
- Mercedes Introduces First-Ever Camper Van for the U.S.
- Mopar Takes Jeep’s JPP20 Over Some New Territory
- Kia Looks to Revamped Cadenza to Draw Buyers Wanting Luxury
- Volkswagen Updates Atlas a Year Ahead of Usual
- Honda Powers Up With Improved Civic Type R
- Hyundai Unveils New Hybrid in Chicago
- Chrysler Pacifica Pinnacle Aims to Take Minivans to New Peak
- Chevy Introduces Refreshed Equinox for 2021
- Ford GT Gets Big Bump in Power, New Special Edition
- Toyota Shows Off Its Magnificent Seven Near the Magnificent Mile
- Jeep Desert-Rated Gladiator Mojave Set to Take Things to New Extremes
- Nissan Reveals 2020 Frontier in Chicago – But it Only Hints at the Makeover Coming
- First Look: 5th-Generation Cadillac Escalade