2023 Detroit Auto Show - everything you need to know

The F150 is a significant refresh for 2024 and features a new tailgate, bed dividers and an updated design. The tailgate can now swing out -- Ford joins the tailgate wars with Ram and GM -- and the headlights give the F150 a fresh look. The Tremor and Raptor are also updated as part of the model line refresh.

The Jeep Gladiator gets new interior, more trim levels -- called X badge -- and more options. Just like the Jeep Wrangler has already received. A Jeep executive also confirmed the Gladiator will get a 4xe powertrain by 2025 as the brand continues to go electric.

The Acadia, GMC’s long-running midsize SUV, also gets an update for 2024. It’s larger, all of the engine choices are now turbocharged, and the design is now similar to other GMC vehicles. The updates match those received by its sibling, the Chevy Traverse.

The Cadillac CT5 was the other major reveal of the show. It gets an updated front end with a larger grille and larger LED lights, more tech and an updated interior with a slightly curved dashboard.

Video Transcript

- The Detroit Auto Show returns for 2023 with plenty of new cars. There's important reveals from Ford, General Motors, and Stellantis. While there's a lot of new cars, there's also a bit of a new format. The auto show is transitioning to a bit of a more consumer event. That means there's ride and drive opportunities for you to feel, touch, and see the vehicles up close, on test tracks.