First up is the 2014 Audi SQ5, the America-bound, gasoline version of the SQ5, anyway. At 21 mpg combined (in Audi's measurements), it won't be winning any green hearts, but at about 350 horsepower, it might be winning a few enthusiasts.
The 2014 Cadillac ELR, on the other hand, is primed to take the greener shades of the luxury world in hand, with its range-extended EV nature borrowed from the Volt, and wrapped in a sleek and attractive shell--that's just been teased again ahead of its unveiling.
And the 2013 Dodge Dart GT has hit the scene ahead of its own Detroit debut, showing us what the Dart R/T would have been if it had kept the name--though the car's page on Dodge's site still has the R/T moniker in some places.
You'll find all of this and more in today's car news headlines right here at Motor Authority.
2013 Dodge Dart GT Preview: 2013 Detroit Auto Show
2014 Audi SQ5: 2013 Detroit Auto Show Preview
Cadillac Releases Second Teaser For 2014 ELR
BMW's New Infotainment System Turns The Car Into A Mobile Office
Lexus Advanced Safety Research Vehicle Debuts At CES
VCMC Turbo Scion FR-S Packs 350 Track-Tuned Horses: Drive Video
2013 Detroit Auto Show Preview: Diesels, Electrics And Thomas Edison
Noisemaking Rules For Hybrids, Electric Cars Proposed By DoT
2013 Nissan Frontier: Familiar Look, Higher MPG, More Tech Inside