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DETROIT — Auto shows often spotlight the fanciful — the dream cars that represent a designer's flight of fancy. Or they can be the vehicles that people actually buy and drive.

This year's North American International Auto Show here has plenty of both, but the focus is on new versions of some of the nation's more popular cars.

Of course, "popular" is a relative term right now when it comes to the market for cars versus SUVs or pickups. Car sales were down 10.9% last year while sales of SUVs and pickups combined rose 4.3%, Autodata reports.

With gas prices low, SUV and truck sales are edging toward two out of every three vehicles sold. Still, cars aren't disappearing — more than 6.3 million of them sold in 2017. And automakers aren't giving up on the car nameplates they worked so hard to establish.

"What we have here are the meat-and-potatoes — the cars that are actually driven,"  Jake Fisher, director of auto testing for Consumer Reports magazine, said about the auto show. "There are just real vehicles."

Here are some of those cars:

Hyundai Veloster gets a tougher look

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The 2019 Veloster N is introduced during the North American International Auto Show,  Carlos Osorio, APFullscreenThe cover is removed from the 2019 Hyundai Veloster
The cover is removed from the 2019 Hyundai Veloster  Tannen Maury, EPA-EFEFullscreenHyundai introduces the 2019 Veloster N 2
Hyundai introduces the 2019 Veloster N 2  Scott Olson, Getty ImagesFullscreenFrom left, Albert Biermann, head of performance development
From left, Albert Biermann, head of performance development for the Hyundai Motor Group, Chief Designer Peter Schreyer, President and CEO of Hyundai Motor America Kenny Lee and Hyundai Vice Chairman Moosik Kwan, stand next to the 2019 Veloster  Carlos Osorio, APFullscreenThe 2019 Veloster is presented during the North American
The 2019 Veloster is presented during the North American International Auto Show,  Carlos Osorio, APFullscreen

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    Hyundai showed an updated Veloster, it's small, fun sporty car. It kept its same basic looks but made it a little bit lower, with the front roof pillars now farther back and more prominent fenders and wheel arches for an overall tougher look.

    It also kept its signature feature: a big, wide door on the left side for the driver and two smaller ones on the right.

    The new one comes to showrooms later this year.

    Veloster's grille gets a new design, a criss-cross somewhat akin to chicken wire.

    The new Veloster will be available in two different engines. One is a 4-cylinder, 2-liter motor good for 147 horsepower. The other is a 4-cylinder, 1.6-liter turbocharged engine, spitting out 201 horsepower.

    The car “represents an even more compelling offering for young and young-at-heart automotive enthusiasts,” said Mike O’Brien, vice president of planning for Hyundai Motor America.

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    The German automaker introduced the 2019 Jetta at the auto show in Detroit. They also said they won't be introducing diesel in new designs. (Jan. 14) AP

    Volkswagen Jetta given 'coupe-like' exterior

    Volkswagen introduced a redesigned Jetta aimed at renewing interest in the compact.

    One thing that might help: more car for less money.

    Despite the changes, the new Jetta is born into the world facing an uphill battle. Although it remained VW's best-selling model in 2017, sales tumbled 4.4% to 115,808 vehicles as Americans rapidly ditched small cars in favor of crossovers and SUVs. 

    Unlike many of today's new vehicles — which fetched an average transaction price of $35,126 in 2017, according to Cox Automotive — the Jetta is priced to sell.

    The vehicle carries a starting price of $18,545, or $100 less than the previous model.

    Designers gave the new model a "coupe-like exterior" with a quickly sloping roofline. The new model gets a 1.4-liter engine with 147 horsepower and 6-speed manual or 8-speed automatic transmission.

    It's slightly longer, wider and taller than its predecessor, too — which is not unexpected as Americans seek out roomier rides.

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    The 2019 Kia Forte. (Photo: Kia Motors)

    Kia Forte gets bigger

    Kia introduced a redesigned version of its Forte compact as the brand seeks a turnaround after falling on hard times in the U.S. market.

    The Forte grows larger but becomes more fuel-efficient. And it draws design inspiration from the company's slickly designed Stinger car, which popped onto the scene last year.

    While the Forte was Kia's best-seller in the U.S. in 2017, the model arrives amid gloomy conditions for compact cars.

    Kia is hoping the Forte can break into the upper echelon of passenger cars that are still faring well — a small crowd dominated by the likes of the Honda Civic and Toyota Corolla.

    A 10% jump in fuel economy could help. The redesigned Forte gets an average of 35 miles per gallon in combined city-highway driving, up about 3 mpg from the previous model.

    That fuel efficiency comes from a 2-liter engine with 147 horsepower.

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    2019 Toyota Avalon Limited hybrid (Photo: Toyota)

     

    Toyota Avalon upgrades fuel economy, safety

    Toyota Avalon, the brand's full-size car, gets nicer all around.

    An all-new 8-speed automatic transmission channels power to the Avalon’s front wheels and enhances fuel economy.

    Besides Yamaha wood and aluminum cabin accents, Apple CarPay and dynamic auxiliary turn signals will be standard, as well as an adaptive variable suspension that should enhance ride and handling.

    Differences between the grades are clear. A dark gray front grille with chrome border distinguishes the XLE and Limited versions. Those trim packages also offer LED headlight bezels, body-color rearview mirror housings and wheels ranging in diameter from 17 to 19 inches. 

    Toyota will tout Avalon's package of safety features, including pedestrian detection, dynamic cruise control, lane departure alert, blind-spot monitor, rear-cross traffic alert and a standard backup camera.  

    Other standard safety features include 10 air bags, enhanced vehicle stability control, traction control, brake assist, anti-lock brakes and smart stop technology. 

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    2019 MINI Cooper S 3-door (Photo: BMW)

    Mini hardtop gets even more British

    The Mini is still one of the most fun cars on the road. And it was one of the smallest cars to get an update for the auto show this  year.

    But the changes are, for the most part, pretty small. For instance, Mini tweaked the look of its headlights, which on the vehicle are a pair of orbs that are one of its most distinctive features. 

    They're still round, or at least oval, but they now have a black panel in them to make them "more expressive."

    Designers couldn't leave the taillights alone either. Now they've been given a new design to play on Mini's British heritage — the Union Jack, the national flag.

    There are also new paint colors and wheel styles.

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    A redesigned 2018 IndyCar.
    A redesigned 2018 IndyCar.  ERIC SEALS, USA TODAY NETWORKFullscreenThe grill of the 2019 Lexus LS 500h.
    The grill of the 2019 Lexus LS 500h.  KIMBERLY P. MITCHELL, USA TODAY NETWORKFullscreenThe 2019 Fiat 500X.
    The 2019 Fiat 500X.   KIMBERLY P. MITCHELL, USA TODAYFullscreenAn e-powered Mahle car.
    An e-powered Mahle car.   Kimberly P. Mitchell, USA TODAY NETWORKFullscreenThe Mercedes Benz G500 Explorer.
    The Mercedes Benz G500 Explorer.   KIMBERLY P. MITCHELL, USA TODAY NETWORKFullscreenGAC Motor unveils it's concept car the Enverge.
    GAC Motor unveils it's concept car the Enverge.  ROMAIN BLANQUART, USA TODAY NETWORKFullscreenThe 2019 Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk.
    The 2019 Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk.   KIMBERLY P. MITCHELL, USA TODAY NETWORKFullscreenLamborghini unveils the 2019 Lamborghini Urus SUV.
    Lamborghini unveils the 2019 Lamborghini Urus SUV.   JUNFU HAN, USA TODAY NETWORKFullscreenThe 2019 Jeep Cherokee is reavealed.
    The 2019 Jeep Cherokee is reavealed.   KIMBERLY P. MITCHELL, USA TODAY NETWORKFullscreenThe rear of the 2019 Lamborghini Urus SUV .
    The rear of the 2019 Lamborghini Urus SUV .   JUNFU HAN, USA TODAY NETWORKFullscreenThe 2019 Toyota Avalon XSE.
    The 2019 Toyota Avalon XSE.   RYAN GARZA, USA TODAY NETWORKFullscreenA Ford GT on display.
    A Ford GT on display.   RYAN GARZA, USA TODAY NETWORKFullscreenGAC Motor introduces the GA4 sedan.
    GAC Motor introduces the GA4 sedan.   ROMAIN BLANQUART, USA TODAY NETWORKFullscreenThe rear of the Infiniti Q Inspiration concept.
    The rear of the Infiniti Q Inspiration concept.  JUNFU HAN, USA TODAY NETWORKFullscreenThe Ram 1500 Laramie.
    The Ram 1500 Laramie.   RYAN GARZA, USA TODAY NETWORKFullscreenA Ram 1500 Rebel.
    A Ram 1500 Rebel.   RYAN GARZA, USA TODAY NETWORKFullscreenThe interior of the Lexus LF-1 Limitless concept crossover.
    The interior of the Lexus LF-1 Limitless concept crossover.   ROMAIN BLANQUART, USA TODAY NETWORKFullscreenA 2019 Acura RDX prototype.
    A 2019 Acura RDX prototype.   ROMAIN BLANQUART, USA TODAY NETWORKFullscreenJose Munoz, chief performance office of Nissan Motor
    Jose Munoz, chief performance office of Nissan Motor Company and chairman of Nissan North America, Inc., speaks next to the unveiled Nissan Xmotion concept SUV.   JUNFU HAN, USA TODAY NETWORKFullscreenDaimler AG CEO, Dieter Zetsche is joined by Arnold
    Daimler AG CEO, Dieter Zetsche is joined by Arnold Schwarzenegger to unveil the updated Mercedes-Benz G-Class.   ROMAIN BLANQUART, USA TODAYFullscreenThis is the rear end of the Nissan Xmotion concept
    This is the rear end of the Nissan Xmotion concept SUV.   JUNFU HAN, USA TODAY NETWORKFullscreenThe new Mercedes-Benz G-Class.
    The new Mercedes-Benz G-Class.   ROMAIN BLANQUART, USA TODAY NETWORKFullscreenThe new Mercedes-Benz G-Class.
    The new Mercedes-Benz G-Class.   ROMAIN BLANQUART, USA TODAY NETWORKFullscreenVolkswagen unveils the 2019 Jetta in Detroit.
    Volkswagen unveils the 2019 Jetta in Detroit.  Junfu Han, Detroit Free Press, via USA TODAY NETWORKFullscreenThe original 1968 Mustang in the Steve McQueen movie
    The original 1968 Mustang in the Steve McQueen movie "Bullitt" made an appearance during the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.   Mandi Wright, Detroit Free Press, via USA TODAY NETWORKFullscreenFord reveals the "torture tested" 2019 Ford Ranger
    Ford reveals the "torture tested" 2019 Ford Ranger with all-terrain updates.  Mandi Wright, Detroit Free Press, via USA TODAY NETWORKFullscreenFord Motor Company executive chairman Bill Ford Jr.
    Ford Motor Company executive chairman Bill Ford Jr. (left) and CEO and president Jim Hackett (right) reveal the "torture tested" 2019 Ford Ranger with all-terrain updates.  Mandi Wright, Detroit Free Press, via USA TODAY NETWORKFullscreenMolly McQueen, Steve McQueen's granddaughter, poses
    Molly McQueen, Steve McQueen's granddaughter, poses with the original 1968 Bullitt Mustang owned by Sean Kiernan.  Mandi Wright, Detroit Free Press, via USA TODAY NETWORKFullscreenFord reveals the 2019 Ford Ranger.
    Ford reveals the 2019 Ford Ranger.  Mandi Wright, Detroit Free Press, via USA TODAY NETWORKFullscreenFord reveals the 2019 Mustang Bullitt during the North
    Ford reveals the 2019 Mustang Bullitt during the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.  Mandi Wright, Detroit Free Press, via USA TODAY NETWORKFullscreenFord unveils the 2019 Edge ST.
    Ford unveils the 2019 Edge ST.  Mandi Wright, Detroit Free Press, via USA TODAFullscreenThe infotainment system of the 2019 Volkswagen Jetta.
    The infotainment system of the 2019 Volkswagen Jetta.  Junfu Han, Detroit Free Press, via USA TODAY NETWORKFullscreenHerbert Diess, chairman of the Volkswagen Brand Board
    Herbert Diess, chairman of the Volkswagen Brand Board of Management unveils the 2019 Jetta at the Garden Theater in Detroit on Jan. 14, 2018.  Junfu Han, Detroit Free Press, via USA TODAY NETWORKFullscreenThis photo shows the interior of the 2019 Chevrolet
    This photo shows the interior of the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado High Country pickup after it was unveiled onJan. 13, 2018, in Detroit. The Silverado is the second-best selling vehicle in the U.S. and is outsold only by Ford's F-Series pickups. Big pickup truck sales rose nearly 6 percent last year to almost 2.4 million, even though total U.S. auto sales dropped 2 percent. One in every seven vehicles sold last year was a full-size pickup.   Carlos Osorio, APFullscreenMedia and guests attend a special presentation of the
    Media and guests attend a special presentation of the 2018 Chevrolet Silverado pickup truck as part of the media preview at the 2018 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Michigan on Jan. 13, 2018. The automobile show opens to the public on the 20th and runs through the 28th.  Tannen Maury, EPA-EFEFullscreenPeople take photos of a Rolls-Royce Dawn during the
    People take photos of a Rolls-Royce Dawn during the Gallery held at Cobo Center.  Junfu Han, Detroit Free Press via USA TODAY NETWORKFullscreenGina Coleman of Beverly Hills, and her friend Lisa
    Gina Coleman of Beverly Hills, and her friend Lisa Mills pose for a photo in a Rolls-Royce Dawn during the Gallery held at Cobo Center.  Junfu Han, Detroit Free Press via USA TODAY NETWORKFullscreenPeople check out the 2018 Ferrari 488GTB during the
    People check out the 2018 Ferrari 488GTB during the Gallery held at Cobo Center.   Junfu Han, Detroit Free Press via USA TODAY NETWORKFullscreenSabrina Livermore of Novi, checks out the interior
    Sabrina Livermore of Novi, checks out the interior of a 2018 Ferrari 488GTB during the Gallery held at Cobo Center.   Junfu Han, Detroit Free Press via USA TODAY NETWORKFullscreenPeople check out the Aston Martin Vanquish S, left,
    People check out the Aston Martin Vanquish S, left, and DB11.   Junfu Han, Detroit Free Press via USA TODAY NETWORKFullscreenAlan Peters of Troy, right, checks out the Bentley
    Alan Peters of Troy, right, checks out the Bentley Bentayga SUV.  Junfu Han, Detroit Free Press via USA TODAY NETWORKFullscreenRon Bonatz of Northville takes a look at the engine
    Ron Bonatz of Northville takes a look at the engine bay of a 2018 Porsche Panamera Turbo Sport Turismo.  Junfu Han, Detroit Free Press via USA TODAY NETWORKFullscreenJustin Lewis of Southfield checks out the interior
    Justin Lewis of Southfield checks out the interior of aN Aston Martin Vanquish S during the Gallery held at Cobo Center.  Junfu Han, Detroit Free Press via USA TODAY NETWORKFullscreenPeople check out an Aston Martin DB11 during the Gallery
    People check out an Aston Martin DB11 during the Gallery held at Cobo Center.   Junfu Han, Detroit Free Press via USA TODAY NETWORKFullscreenPeople take photos of a Bugatti Chiron.
    People take photos of a Bugatti Chiron.  Junfu Han, Detroit Free Press via USA TODAY NETWORKFullscreenThe interior of the Bugatti Chiron during the Gallery
    The interior of the Bugatti Chiron during the Gallery held at Cobo Center.   Junfu Han, Detroit Free Press via USA TODAY NETWORKFullscreenPeople check out the 2018 Rolls-Royce Phantom during
    People check out the 2018 Rolls-Royce Phantom during the Gallery held at Cobo Center.  Junfu Han, Detroit Free Press via USA TODAY NETWORKFullscreenAkeila Richter poses for a photo in front of a 2018
    Akeila Richter poses for a photo in front of a 2018 Porsche 911 Turbo S Exclusive Series.  Junfu Han, Detroit Free Press via USA TODAY NETWORKFullscreenBlake Bonatz of Northville checks out the interior
    Blake Bonatz of Northville checks out the interior a 2018 Rolls-Royce Phantom.  Junfu Han, Detroit Free Press via USA TODAY NETWORKFullscreenThe new 2019 Chevrolet Silverado is one of the most
    The new 2019 Chevrolet Silverado is one of the most anticipated new vehicles to be shown. So far, Chevy has released a couple photos of it, but hasn’t disclosed key details.  ChevroletFullscreenToyota will show the new Avalon, its full-size sedan,
    Toyota will show the new Avalon, its full-size sedan, but so far it's only giving a hint at its looks.  ToyotaFullscreenLexus is promising a new SUV concept, the LF-1 Limitless.
    Lexus is promising a new SUV concept, the LF-1 Limitless.  ToyotaFullscreenThe Toyota FT-4X is an off-road vehicle concept. This
    The Toyota FT-4X is an off-road vehicle concept. This one is dressed up like the old FJ Cruiser, hinting that something similar might be the replacement for it.   ToyotaFullscreenThe new Jeep Cherokee will be one of the highlights
    The new Jeep Cherokee will be one of the highlights of the show. It gets a new front-end look with a more conventional headlight arrangement.   CHRYSLERFullscreenThe new Jeep Cherokee will be one of the highlights
    The new Jeep Cherokee will be one of the highlights of the show. It gets a new front-end look with a more conventional headlight arrangement.   CHRYSLERFullscreenVolkswagen is expected to introduce the latest version
    Volkswagen is expected to introduce the latest version of its Jetta compact car. So far, it’s only showing a sketch to hint at its new look   Volkswagen FullscreenBMW says its new X2 will be a sporty, fast SUV that
    BMW says its new X2 will be a sporty, fast SUV that puts a premium on cool looks.   BMW FullscreenThe Mercedes Benz GLS Grand Edition is one of the new
    The Mercedes Benz GLS Grand Edition is one of the new SUVs that will be shown.   Daimler AGFullscreenInfiniti will show a concept car that it says not only
    Infiniti will show a concept car that it says not only impresses on overall looks, but offers an extra roomy cabin.  NissanFullscreenRon Stallworth of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, shows
    Ron Stallworth of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, shows Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan around the company's show space at the North American International Auto Show, Jan. 8, 2018.   CARLOS OSORIO, APFullscreen

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      Contributing: Nathan Bomey; Greg Gardner, Detroit Free Press

      Source : https://www.usatoday.com/story/money/cars/2018/01/16/detroit-auto-show-5-new-cars-lit-up-event/1033760001/

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