Check out all the cool cars, trucks, SUVs, electric vehicles, and concepts we saw at the 2019 Detroit auto show
- The 2019 North American International Auto Show in Detroit opens to the public on January 19 and runs through January 27.
- This will be the final time the Detroit auto show takes place in January. In 2020, it will move to June.
- New SUVs, sports cars, electric vehicles, and concepts made their North American debuts.
- Ford, Cadillac, RAM, Infiniti, VW, and Subaru are all showing new vehicles.
The Detroit auto show opens to the public this coming weekend and runs for two weeks. I journeyed to Motown and took in as many reveals and debuts as I could.
The pickings were a tad slim this year, as this is the last time the show will take place in the middle of winter. In 2020, the event moves to June.
But in 2019, the show did go on, fast by the frigid banks of the Detroit River. There were pickups and SUVs galore, a few concepts, some much-anticipated sports cars, and a few electric rides.
The public might be disappointed by the lack of some big names at the show, such as Audi, BMW, and Mercedes. But of course that means there's more opportunity to take in new pickups from Ford, Chevy, RAM, and Jeep, not to mention a smattering of sedans and some high-performance metal.
Here's a rundown of all the interesting machines we saw: