2012 Detroit Auto Show

2012 NAIAS: Coverage Closeout

2012 NAIAS: Coverage CloseoutWe empty our luggage, check all our pockets, and download our final images of the 2012 Detroit Show.

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Ram to Produce Commercial Van in Mexico

Ram to Produce Commercial Van in MexicoThe upcoming full-size Ram van will be made in the Saltillo, Mexico, plant with Ram 1500 and HD Rams.

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NAIAS 2012: Scion Leader Still Wants a Pickup

2012 NAIAS: Scion Leader Still Wants a PickupJack Hollis, VP and GM of Scion, seems as eager as ever for a little pickup, but we'll wait and see.

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GM's Mark Reuss Talks Plant Shutdowns

2012 NAIAS: GM's Mark Reuss Talks Plant ShutdownsWith only three plants building GM's next-gen full-size pickup, plants will need to alternate.

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2012 NAIAS: Electric Work Trucks From Via Motors

2012 NAIAS: Electric Work Trucks From VIA MotorsReplacing powertrains to make more efficient work trucks is what VIA Motors is all about.

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2012 NAIAS: Up Close With an Old Favorite

Early Sweep Turns Up Old FavoriteChevy and Realtree Outfitters are ready for the outdoors in Silverado HD trim, even from inside a convention center.

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The Next Dodge Dakota: More Intel From Chrysler CEO

The Next Dakota: More IntelWe talk to the head of Fiat/Chrysler and learn a few things about the coming Dakota replacement.

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2012 NAIAS: Nissan e-NV200 Concept

2012 NAIAS: Nissan e-NV200 ConceptDesigned for personal and commercial use, the e-NV200 is the Leaf of (ugly) cargo vans.

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2012 NAIAS: Too Smart for the Room

2012 NAIAS: Too Smart for the RoomA new concept from Smart, called the For-us, provides a few laughs, an electric powertrain and the smallest "pickup" bed around.

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How We Roll at the Detroit Show

How We Roll at the Detroit ShowWe get the chance to drive the 2012 Ram with the new six-speed transmission at the 2012 NAIAS.

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