The Detroit auto show opens to the public Jan. 13 with a parade of new models and concept autos like this Toyota hybrid sports car. SUVs are out, small cars are in, and everyone's touting fuel economy and high-tech gadgetry. Here's a peek.
FORD | INTERCEPTOR
Ford claims there are no production plans for this four-door concept car, based on the rear-wheel architecture of the company's popular Mustang. Industry insiders believe it's only a matter of time.
NISSAN | ROGUE
Sales of small crossover vehicles are booming, which is why Nissan is building this four-cylinder, 170-h.p. model. Dubbed the mini-Murano, it...