WHEN JAN 9-10, 2017 WHERE Cobo Hall, Detroit, MI URL naias.comSneak peeks and live coverage straight from the North American International Auto Show floor with thousands of photos of new vehicles and concept car debuts.
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Check out the official NAIAS 2017 live stream right here at Autoblog.

After nearly nine years, an all-new Traverse is finally here.

To play in the CUV game, a third row is a big bonus. The handsome new Tiguan has one.

Plus, a crazy-looking AMG Performance Studio Package for those who want to stand out.

After a very long first generation, GMC finally has a new compact crossover. And not a moment too soon.

Rear-wheel drive and a high-output V6. It looks legit.

The grilles are all new, but what's behind them is more interesting.

Whether Mitsubishi would or should offer one in the US is another issue.

First no more Evo, now no more Lancer. Mitsu's focus will shift to crossovers.

Better brakes for the STI and a sunroof-delete option for the WRX.

Seriously: The standard Rebel exterior colors are available, but the interior is pitch black.

The automaker will introduce 13 electrified vehicles in the next five years.

Say it with me: cash-kai.

The Rogue-like crossover is Nissan's most popular model in Europe.

It just looks like roof rails and extra mirrors.

Look for the car at CES and NAIAS in January.

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