As it has for decades now, the Detroit auto show will kick off the new year with the industry's biggest showcase of new cars, trucks and SUVs. Cold weather doesn't have a chance of dampening the spirits of an industry riding high on record auto sales in 2015.
You can always count on big news from the Big Three, and this year's show will have multiple debuts from Fiat Chrysler, Ford and General Motors. One of the most important vehicles for Fiat Chrysler will be the fully redesigned Town and Country minivan, as it now has more competition from Honda, Kia, Nissan and Toyota.
Ford made a huge splash last year with its GT sports car and Raptor off-road truck, so expect to see a greater focus on its more mainstream sedans like the Fusion and Focus. On the higher end, Lincoln is expected to unveil the production version of its new Continental four-door luxury sedan.
Chevrolet had a concept version of its Bolt EV last year, so a production version could be in the works for this year's show. An all-new Silverado HD might also make an appearance to take on the latest from Ford and Ram.
Additional new vehicles from Audi, BMW, Hyundai, Mercedes-Benz and Volvo are also expected. Press days start on January 11, so check back here to see what's in store at a dealership near you in 2016.