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Detroit Auto Show 2018: the cars, news, and excitement from NAIAS

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Every January, the auto industry gathers in Detroit for the (terribly named) North American International Auto Show. It falls just after CES and reminds us that, for all the futuristic tech we saw in Las Vegas, car companies are mostly concerned about selling cars today. This year is no different. We have a handful of concepts that could become cars in a matter of years, not decades, but the bulk of the show is new SUVs, crossovers, and sedans that you’ll be able to buy within a few months. We’re in Detroit covering our favorite new cars and important stories from the show that will affect the auto industry for the next year, at least until next January when we’ll do it all over again.