What You Need to Know for Day One of the Detroit Auto Show

Bullitt Mustang, G-Wagen, Ranger, and more.

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Josh Scott

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New Bullitt and Old Bullitt

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Josh Scott
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Ford’s not-all-that unexpected reveal of the 2019 Bullitt edition Mustang GT was accompanied on stage by a genuine surprise: the long-missing, 1968 Mustang used in the filming of the original movie. That’s a little bit like the Loch Ness monster showing up at an Olympic swim meet.

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New G-Wagen

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Mercedes-Benz
The 2019 Mercedes-Benz G-Class looks more-or-less the same as all of those that proceeded it. It's not. It's the first all-new Geländewagen since the original debuted in 1979, and it promises to be the best one yet. Today, it's making its debut in V8-powered G550 form before the Detroit Auto Show.

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New Ranger

At the 2017 North American International Auto Show, Ford announced it would be returning to the North-American mid-size pickup segment with a Ranger. A year on, the 2019 Ford Ranger is stepping into the light.

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New Silverado

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Brian Williams
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Chevy already showed off the 2019 Silverado 1500 last year, but tonight at a pre-Detroit Auto Show event, we've learned a lot more about this truck. The big news? An all-new 3.0-liter Duramax diesel inline-six (!), a 10-speed automatic, and around 450 lbs of weight savings thanks to more extensive use of aluminum.

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