2010 Detroit Auto Show Home: New Ford, Honda, Concepts and More
The region and its automakers are still fighting their way through tough times, but the Detroit Auto Show remains the most important auto show in what used to be the world's largest car market (China surpassed the U.S. in 2009). This year, Ford opened the show by sweeping the North American Car and Truck of the Year awards and unveiling the impressive next-gen Focus, then GM followed with the Buick Regal GS Concept and GMC Granite Concept. By the following morning, we'd seen new production cars from the likes of Cadillac, Honda and Mercedes-Benz, plus a slew of cool concept cars from VW, GMC, MINI and more.
Find a favorite below or check out our 2010 Detroit Auto Show Top 10