The Chicago Auto Show can be summed up in four words: "More of the same." No huge world debuts this year, merely different flavors of familiar vehicles.
Ford Motor Co. will aim its spotlight at a high-powered Taurus that revives the SHO moniker. Dodge will unveil its heavy-duty Ram pickup. Hyundai will take the wraps off a low-priced Genesis coupe aimed at the tuner crowd. A handful of other models will debut.
General Motors' display will focus on the imagination — vehicles that play prominent roles in an upcoming science fiction thriller.
Here are the primary world debuts scheduled.