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The Autoblog crew arrived in Chicago yesterday, and after a good night's sleep is ready to go for the first of two media preview days for the 2008 Chicago Auto Show. Known in some circles as the Biggest Little Auto Show, the Chicago show likes to point out that you could fit the Detroit Auto Show, LA Auto Show and New York Auto Show within the confines of McCormick Place in downtown Chi-town. While true, there are generally fewer debuts here than at any of those other shows. So we've got three times the square footage for a third of the debuts. Nevertheless, we plan to make the most of it.

You can subscribe to an RSS feed of our Chicago Auto Show coverage by clicking here, or just keep an eye on the Chicago Auto Show category for the latest live reveals that will include all the official info we can get our hands on, galleries full of gorgeous high-res live shots and, of course, video of the most significant live reveals. Below is a list of what we're expecting on today's agenda, so come back often to catch up.

2009 Chevy Traverse
Acura RL
2008 Dodge Challenger SRT8
Volkswagen Routan
Suzuki Equator
2010 Ford Transit Connect
2009 Ford Edge Sport
Ford Works Solution package
GMC Denali XT Concept
2009 GMC Sierra Hybrid
2009 Hyundai Sonata
2009 Hyundai Elantra Touring
YES! 3.2 Roadster

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      • 7 Years Ago
      Nothing on that list really excites. Yes! would be intresting and I am a bit curious about the RL.
      • 7 Years Ago
      Watch out for the snow, and please focus on the European brand a little, just for me.
      • 7 Years Ago
      sweet, SUVs and minivans!! god I can't wait for such breathtaking coverage...

      • 7 Years Ago

      ? Why do they have the most important auto shows like Detroit & Chicago at this time of year in the WINTER?

      For the health & safety of all those involved in the industry, directly & indirectly, would it not make way more sense to have it at least a more forgiving time of year?

      You realise how many people loose their lives traveling to + from these shows every year?

      Not to mention serious injuries & vehicle damage. Cant the insurance industry put some pressure or incentive?
      • 7 Years Ago
      Shake n Bake!!
      • 7 Years Ago
      Just in time for a taste of our delightful Chicago winter.
      • 7 Years Ago
      still no new mazda6 :(