Awesome three-door Korean hot hatches, neon-green electric supercars and a sexy hybrid with turbo boost. Fanciful future concepts? Nope. They're reality at this year's Detroit Auto Show. Here's everything important you missed.
Ed Begley, Jr. slapped on a pair of excited eyebrows and helped Ford debut its fleet of electric, hybrid, and EcoBoosted cars — by making fun of the Leaf and Volt. Then he released paper butterflies from the sky. They got EVERYWHERE. [More]
The specs: 2,500 pounds, 138 horsepower, 6-speed transmission, 40 mpg, starts around $17K, three doors and one hatch. The Veloster's everything we hoped the Japanese would build again and one of the stars of the show. [More]
When Hyundai America CEO John Krafcik sat down to talk with Jalopnik commenters as part of our "Ask Me Anything" series he decided to break a little exclusive news: the new Accent's getting a five-door hatch for the U.S. It's cool, but we'd rather have the Veloster. [More]
The neue Passat dropped $7,000 and added a crap ton of room for us portly Americans as Volkswagen continues to beige-ify their entire lineup. The new Passat looks like the "best" beige possible — but we mean it ironically. [More]
These two concepts preview the 2012 Honda Civic, which marks the car's ninth generation. It's an incredible success story, so it's unfortunate the cars are so boring I can barely even finishing typing thi... [More]