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2016 BMW Concept X2
2016 BMW Concept X2
2016 BMW Concept X2
2016 Cadillac Escala
2016 Cadillac Escala
2016 Cadillac Escala
2016 Cadillac Escala
2016 Cadillac Escala
2016 Cadillac Escala
2016 Cadillac Escala Interior
2016 Cadillac Escala Interior
2016 Dodge Shakedown Challenger
2016 Dodge Shakedown Challenger
2016 Dodge Shakedown Challenger
2016 Ford GT LeMans Racer
2016 Ford GT LeMans Racer
2016 Ford GT LeMans Racer
2016 Ford GT LeMans Racer
2016 Jeep CJ66
2016 Jeep CJ66
2016 Lexus UX
2016 Lexus UX
2016 Lexus UX
2016 Lexus UX
2016 Lexus UX
2016 Lincoln Navigator
2016 Lincoln Navigator
2016 Lincoln Navigator
2016 Lincoln Navigator
2016 Lincoln Navigator
2016 Lincoln Navigator
2016 Lincoln Navigator
2016 Lincoln Navigator
2016 Lincoln Navigator Interior
2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata Speedster Evolution

Usually the NAIAS is packed with journalists and auto industry executives during the press days, but the 2017 NAIAS was notably lighter in attendance. Some niche marques like Mini were missing, but the Chinese brand GAC had a few models displayed. The new Camry and Odyssey are sure to draw a crowd, while VW finally displayed the midsize Atlas and redesigned Tiguan SUVs. Audi's bold Q8 dominated its display, but enthusiasts will note that the sleek A5 sport sedan is finally available in the US. The BMW 5-Series made its debut in the US at the NAIAS. Cadillac showed its stunning Escala concept, but not much else new. Chevrolet unveiled the second-generation Traverse SUV and sister brand GMC brought the next Terrain SUV. Infiniti had the QX50 SUV concept that appears in near production guise. Lincoln showed a luxurious Navigator concept, but the gull-wing doors are unlikely to make it to production. Volvo brought the V90 wagon to accompany its range-topping sedan. Compared to last year, the 2017 NAIAS is a more subdued show, but there are enough new model introductions to appeal to most attendees.