The first auto show of 2017 brought with it plenty of new cars. We saw new models like Kia's Stinger sports sedan, the latest versions of bestsellers like the Ford F-150 and Toyota Camry, and some interesting concepts that give a glimpse of the future. And as always, there was plenty of news, like confirmation of the return of Ford's Bronco and Ranger.

The Autoblog staff was on the ground in Detroit to bring you all of it, and you can see the full recap below.

Autoblog Editors choose their top five new product reveals at the 2017 Detroit Auto Show.

And nobody was saying Mexico.

It felt a lot less like an international auto show, despite the many foreign companies in attendance.

Toyota re-stickers its existing NASCAR racer to resemble the 2018 Camry.

Money can buy a truck, but it can't buy taste.

Assault is a crime. Sorry Chevrolet Colorado. You didn't deserve this.

The automaker debuted three new cars in Detroit.

The automaker is also planning a research and development facility in the US.

If it happened live in Detroit, we have photos of it.

Still, Karma is getting ready for more.

For now, though, the focus is on building the Revero.

FCA chief expects crossover and SUV sales to remain strong.

In competitive segments, the Dart and 200 cost too much and returned too little.

Half of the company's new models in the next two years will be electrified.

The concept very strongly hints at packing Infiniti's variable compression engine.

The investment plan was in place before Trump was on his way to the Oval Office.

New style, new engines, new focus on driving dynamics.

A Camry focused on driver enjoyment? Color us intrigued.

This people hauler has an app for everything. And sliding seats.

Nissan reveals the Vmotion 2.0 concept at the 2017 Detroit Auto Show, showcasing the future of the automaker's sedan design and Intelligent Mobility plans.

The Blazer name could make a comeback.

A Chevrolet version of the GMC Acadia would fit there perfectly.

My, what a big grille you have.

It pairs what passes for a coupe-ish roofline with full-size SUV underpinnings. It's brash, for sure.

We knew they were coming, but now it's official.

Aesthetic tweaks accompany mild power gains for the GT and GT S, while the GT C gets a 50th anniversary edition.

Not exactly what we hoped for, but still pretty good.

Here are your 2017 North American Car, Truck, and Utility of the Year winners.

These are the best for 2017, according to the jury.

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.

The current Outlanders will be resized to make room for the new small crossover.

The new small crossover will use a fresh, in-house-designed turbocharged engine.

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.

2017 Challenger GT arrives in time for winter's worst.

Mopar Muscle, now sent rippling to all four wheels.

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