2016 Chicago Auto Show
2017 Ram Power Wagon flexing its muscle at the 2016 Chicago Auto Show.
Kia showed off it's first dedicated hybrid at the 2016 Chicago Auto Show.
I took a walk through the Chicago Auto Show today, and found only a few plug-in vehicles among the 600 on display.
It wasn't a big show, but there was still plenty to talk about. Here are our five favorite debuts from the 2016 Chicago Auto Show.
Following the global debut of the Kia Niro, we go hunting for more details on this hybrid (and PHEV) that shares a lot with the Hyundai Ioniq.
The Chicago Motor Show gives Ford an opportunity to show off the possibilities that the Explorer offers to customers with the XLT Sport Appearance Package and wheelchair-accessible BraunAbility MKV.
The 2017 Chevrolet Trax wears refreshed styling that significantly improves the compact crossover's appearance, and there's more available tech, too.
Mercedes is showing the ultimate customization capability of its Sprinter Chassis Cab models with this Extreme concept, designed by the folks at Renntech.
The 2017 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro muscles into the Windy City with suspension upgrades and a more aggressive demeanor.
Ram took to the Chicago Auto Show stage with an impressive demonstration of its 2017 Power Wagon pickup.
Infiniti is showcasing three new engine options for the Q50 sedan at the Chicago Auto Show, all of them turbocharged and available with all-wheel drive.
Hyundai updates the Santa Fe and Santa Fe Sport for 2017, with a fresh new face and more available safety technology.
Watch all the big reveals from the 2016 Chicago Auto Show on Autoblog, via the show's official live stream.
Ford looks into the future of low gas prices and sees room for four new SUVs. This is what people want, Ford believes, and so that's what they'll get.
Kia blows in to the Chicago Auto Show with two versions of the new Optima, one hybrid and one plug-in hybrid, offering varying degrees of electrification.
Kia's first dedicated hybrid is a crossover, dubbed Niro. It makes its global debut at the 2016 Chicago Auto Show.
Mercedes-Benz adds the lower-cost Sprinter Worker to its commercial van lineup. The new $33,490 van debuts at the Chicago Auto Show.