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2013 Chicago Auto Show

By KBB.com Editors on February 4, 2013 1:58 PM
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The 2013 Chicago Auto Show is off and running, where Toyota unveiled a new Tundra, Kia introduced a 5-door version of its all-new Forte, and Nissan unleashed the first Nismo version of its funky Juke. The largest of America's "big four" car shows in overall scale and total attendance, this year's Chicago Auto Show also plays host to the world debuts of the 2014 Chevrolet Cruze Diesel and the first all-new products to launch under the Ram Commercial brand.

Kelley Blue Book unveiled its own hardware on the show floor, handing out this year's 5-Year Cost to Own Awards.

In addition to the initial public appearance of the enthusiast-oriented 2013 Dodge Challenger R/T Redline and Mopar '13 Dart, several other new sport-spec variants are being revealed in Chicago. A number of high-profile one-offs are also making their grand entrance, led by the Kia Cross GT Concept. We're updating and expanding our 2013 Chicago Auto Show coverage direct from the show floor on Thursday and Friday before the show opens its doors to the public, so check back for first looks at new cars and concepts.

 

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