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

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And nobody was saying Mexico.

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

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

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

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

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The automaker debuted three new cars in Detroit.

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

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

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FCA chief expects crossover and SUV sales to remain strong.

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

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

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

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

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

A Camry focused on driver enjoyment? Color us intrigued.

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

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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.

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The Blazer name could make a comeback.

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

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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.