Debuts from the Chicago Auto Show

The Chicago auto show bills itself as the “largest auto show in the country” primarily based on the square footage of its car exhibits. Traditionally, auto makers use the show to announce trucks, SUVs and muscle cars to the automotive press, capitalizing on the show's “Heartland” location. Now, more than ever, selling these vehicles is tough in a nation struggling with rising gasoline prices.
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