Photo courtesy of the North American International Auto Show

Photo courtesy of the North American International Auto Show

The North American International Auto Show kicked off in Detroit this week, with many automakers unveiling new and updated models. Key announcements include new pickup trucks from Fiat-Chrysler, Ford, and Honda. 


EPA Accuses FCA of Excess Diesel Emissions
FCA's Jeep Expansion Includes Pickup Truck
FCA Recalls More Vehicles for Takata Airbags


Ford Reviving Ranger Pickup for 2019
First-Ever F-150 Diesel Improves MPG for 2018
Ford to Offer 4G LTE Hotspot, In-Vehicle Gas Purchasing
Ford Sells More than 26M F-Series Trucks
Ford Looking to Electrify F-150, Transit Custom Van by 2020


Honda Prepping Hybrid Pickup Truck
Honda Recalls Ridgeline Trucks for Wiring Harness


Navistar, Dana Agree to Multi-Year Sales Agreement


Bridgestone Developing SuperTire for Cummins/Peterbilt SuperTruck II Project 

The Chevrolet Bolt, Chrysler Pacifica, and Honda Ridgeline also took home Vehicle of the Year awards. For up-to-date news everyday, check out