Skip to main content

2013 Detroit Auto Show, Day 1: What You Missed

728979009 1425510432455 jpeg automatic-content-migration

And it’s a wrap! Day One of the 2013 North American International Auto Show in Detroit is in the books. Several new and redesigned vehicles from here and afar made their debuts at Detroit’s Cobo Center.

High-powered sports cars like the all-new 2014 Chevrolet Corvette and Audi R8 stole the show, but new luxury sedans like Infiniti’s Q50, the Mercedes CLA and the BMW 320i also made a big splash. In SUV news, Jeep brought out the redesigned Compass and Grand Cherokee while Mini introduced a sporty John Cooper Works version of its new Paceman. Unique prototypes and concepts like Volkswagen’s CrossBlue, the BMW Concept 4 Series Coupe and Toyota’s radical Corolla Furia also set the stage.

Check out all our coverage from Day One below. You also can get an overview of our coverage from this year’s Detroit auto show on our Auto Show page, which sorts everything by model. 

Featured stories

202406 inductive road charging scaled jpg
mazda cx 70 phev 2025 01 exterior front angle white scaled jpg
acura mdx 2025 01 cg exterior front angle jpg