Dodge unveiled its high-performance 2018 Dodge Durango SRT - the brand's fastest SUV in its class - at the 2017 Chicago Auto Show Media Preview.
Nissan revealed the new King Cab body style to round out its award-winning lineup of pickup trucks, including the TITAN and TITAN XD, during the 2017 Chicago Auto Show Media Preview.
Hyundai revealed the brand-new 2018 Elantra GT hatchback to automotive media at the 2017 Chicago Auto Show Media Preview. The compact hatchback will be lower, wider and longer than previous model and features a whole new look and feel.
Toyota unveiled the 2018 Toyota Tundra TRD Sport and Toyota Sequoia TRD Sport during the Chicago Auto Show Media Preview. The company also revealed its all-new 2018 RAV4 Adventure, a sporty update of the popular compact crossover that will appeal to weekend warriors.
The 2017 Chicago Auto Show Media Preview kicked off with a keynote address by Ralph Gilles, head of design for FCA - Global. Speaking to more than 400 media and manufacturer representatives, Giles was the keynote at the annual Midwest Automotive Media Association (MAMA) breakfast at McCormick Place.
The Midwest Automotive Media Association (MAMA) today announced the 2017 Chrysler Pacifica has been named Family Vehicle of the Year.
Ram Trucks kicked off the 2017 Chicago Auto Show Media Preview with the debut of two factory-custom limited edition pickup trucks - the heavy-duty Ram 2500 and 3500 Night models and the light-duty Ram 1500 Copper Sport.
Nissan announced it would be expanding its popular "Midnight Edition" equipment package to six core vehicles in its lineup. The announcement was made to a select group of automotive journalists on the eve of the 2017 Chicago Auto Show Media Preview.
The 2017 Chicago Auto Show kicked off its Media Preview with the inaugural "What Drives Her" luncheon and panel, a celebration of the integral role women play in the automotive industry as contributors, consumers and drivers of purchasing decisions.
Eighteen area charities tonight shared more than $2.8 million raised by the 2017 Chicago Auto Show's benevolent event, First Look for Charity, and two attendees left with the keys to new cars.