Get ready for an action-packed 2014 Detroit Auto Show. The industry has bounced back and there's renewed enthusiasm for new cars, trucks and SUVs from every manufacturer around the globe. With that in mind, expect a huge number of world debuts, including production vehicles and futuristic concept cars.
After stealing the show last year, Chevrolet will be back again with yet another all-new Corvette. This time it's the high-powered Z06 version of America's favorite sports car. Cadillac is looking for some attention of its own with a coupe version of its well-regarded ATS sedan, while Ford will use the Detroit show to show off the all-new 2015 Mustang. And that won't be all from Ford, as the next-generation F-150 is also expected to make its world debut in January looking much like the Atlas concept that was shown at the 2013 show. Chrysler will no doubt get in on the action as well, most likely with an all-new 200 sedan and updates for the Challenger coupe and Charger sedan.
Detroit won't be all about the domestics, however, as several foreign companies are planning some big debuts of their own. Lexus has already promised a high-powered "F" performance model, while Hyundai will show off its latest Genesis sedan. Volkswagen may finally introduce its long-awaited midsize crossover vehicle, while Audi will have a Q1 concept that could point to a new entry-level crossover in the future. We'll know more starting on January 13, so check back here for all the latest updates, videos and photos.