Despite forecasts that call for U.S. new-vehicle sales to fall short of 17 million in 2018, consumers will see a big array of new and freshly redesigned models coming to market this year.
This month's Detroit auto show will confirm that crossovers in all segments remain the big industry play, even as some automakers prepare to unveil redesigned and freshened sedans.
But much of the focus in 2018 will be on one of the industry's most profitable segments: pickups.
General Motors and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles plan to roll out new takes on their full-size trucks this year, while Ford appears ready to resurrect its nameplate in the midsize pickup space.
Edmunds forecasts U.S. sales of 16.8 million in 2018 while Cox Automotive projects the market to come in at 16.7 million vehicles. Any dip in volume is certain to make the competition fiercer for new products.
Here's a look at some of the fresh models on tap for 2018.