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Automakers showed off their EVs in Detroit at the North American International Auto Show this week.
It was the first time Detroit has had a show since January 2019.
Here’s a look at the top cars automakers showcased this year.
This article is part of the Ride Along series, a collection of stories recapping some of the biggest auto shows around the country.

It’s about time Detroit has another one of its iconic auto shows. The Motor City welcomed automakers, industry folks, and showgoers this week to the first major auto bonanza it has held since January 2019. 

Typically, the annual North American International Auto Show takes over the city each winter. But a while back, show decision-makers decided to shift it from January to the summer, spicing up the decades-old event with a new — outdoor — mobility component to showcase the new directions the industry is going. The show was set to have its first summer iteration in June 2020, but the pandemic put a stop to that. 

This week, the Detroit Auto Show is actually back. It didn’t feature as many debuts as in the past, but for anyone interested in the future of the industry, it was the place to be. 

Attendees see their favorite engines — like that of the seventh-generation Ford Mustang — and get a taste of the electric vehicles automakers have been talking about for the past few years. 

Check out the future of autos from makers like Ford, GM, and Toyota at the auto show in Detroit. Here’s 11 cars to see:

Seventh-gen Ford MustangSeventh-generation Ford Mustang.

Source:: Business Insider

      

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