60 Things You Should See From the 2017 Detroit Auto Show

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The 2017 North American International Auto Show in Pictures

The North American International Auto Show (NAIAS), also known as the Detroit Auto Show, brings thousands of automotive journalists from around the world to the Motor City each January. Automakers use NAIAS to debut their latest vehicles and technologies on the biggest stage in the automotive world.

From the practical to the fanciful, the Detroit event showcases production cars that will be arriving in dealerships as early as next year and concepts that give a glimpse of what cars might look like years down the road.

It was an interesting year for the Detroit Auto Show. The lineup was a bit light on flashy debuts, but it showcased plenty of practical vehicles that will be on the market by the end of the year. There’s a new Toyota Camry arriving, and a redesigned Honda Odyssey minivan. For 2018, Ford’s refreshing the top-selling vehicle in America, the F-150.

Nissan debuted the all-new Rogue Sport, a compact crossover that fits between their Juke and Rogue. The glitziest introduction, by far, was the roll out of the 2018 Lexus LS 500 super luxury sedan.

With an industry uncertain about the policies that the new presidential administration may seek, several manufacturers were making a point about the American aspects of their cars, their production, and their impact on the U.S. Economy. Toyota introduced the 2018 Camry under the tagline “assembled in America, by Americans, for Americans.”

Ford announced that both the 2019 Ranger and 2020 Bronco will be built at their Michigan Assembly Plant in Wayne, Michigan.

Check out the following slides to see the sights and introductions from this year’s show.

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