As the auto industry continues to recover, the Detroit auto show continues to get bigger. The 2013 North American International Auto Show, as it's officially known, promises some huge world debuts along with dozens of North American firsts come January 14 and 15.
One of the most anticipated new cars is the redesigned 2014 Chevrolet Corvette. It's the seventh generation of the iconic American sports car and GM is planning a blockbuster debut. But that's not all the General has in store. The 2014 Chevy Silverado and 2014 GMC Sierra pickup trucks will also make their world debuts at the Detroit auto show, so it will be one of GM's biggest events in years.
Not to be outdone, both Ford and Chrysler will have their own big announcements. Both automakers have been tight-lipped on what they have in store, but Ford is expected to introduce some new family-oriented cars, while Chrysler may introduce its long-awaited Challenger replacement.
Plenty of foreign automakers will be there as well. Maserati has already announced that its new Quattroporte sedan will make its first public appearance at the show. Both Mercedes and Audi are likely to bring new cars to Detroit, along with possible debuts from Hyundai, Nissan and Toyota, too. Look for coverage to begin January 14 as we look at every aspect of the biggest auto show in the U.S.