A freshened version of Ford's Transit Connect small van, a wild one-off roadster/snowmobile and the U.S. debut of Volkswagen's new flagship sedan will headline the Chicago Auto Show.
The show is usually among the most popular with consumers, in part because of its ample 1.1 million square feet of floor space. Automakers such as Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and Toyota Motor Corp. have used the McCormick Place venue to install indoor test tracks to give consumers firsthand product experience.
The show is open to the public Feb. 10-19. Here's a look at debuts planned.