Motor1.com’s staff choose their most and least favorite vehicles from the North American International Auto Show.
The 2019 Detroit Auto Show moves from media and industrial days today, and that means hordes of enthusiasts will walk into Cobo Center for their first look at new models. Yet, that’s something the final winter NAIAS has in short supply. Instead, automakers sprinkle new products in with enhanced takes on existing products, updates, and promising concepts that push the boundaries of electrification.
And Motor1.com was there for all of it. Our team slaved away covering every aspect of the last January dates for the Detroit show, and we’ve got some things to say. Each editor has chosen their favorite and least favorite vehicles from this year’s show and we’re presenting them there. There are some good takes. There are some bad takes. But what’s absolutely clear is that despite the Detroit Auto Show getting smaller for 2019, there was no lack of news and info.