Looking for a new ride for the new year? Check out some of the most innovative and eco-friendly cars available at the 2012 International Auto Show in Detroit, MI.
Mark Reuss, president of General Motors North America, unveils 3 new Chevrolets -- (L-R) The Code 130R, the Sonic RS and the Tru 140S -- during the first press preview day at the 2012 North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
The first look at the new 2012 concept car, the BMW i8, featuring all-glass Lamborghini-style scissor doors.
The new Mercedes-Benz, smart-for-us car is shown during a media preview day.
The Toyota exhibit during a media preview day includes such cars as the Camry and Prius V.
John Mendel, executive vice president of American Honda Motor Company, introduces the 2013 Accord Coupe concept car during the press preview.
A 2013 Scion FRS sits on display during the second press preview day.
The green-bodied Chevrolet Camaro Hot Wheels concept car is displayed.
A vintage 1952 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL automobile with the leather strap on the hood.
Toyota dubs the Fun-Vii a "smartphone on wheels" that allows the driver to change the way it looks just by pressing a button. The body shell includes touch-screen panels, and side displays can be adjusted to alter the vehicle's color as well as display motion video and user interface.
Lexus has unveiled a real stunner in the LF-LC hybrid Sports concept. Designed at its Calty Design Research facility in California, the vehicle won the EyesOnDesign Award for Design Excellence.
Members of the media look at the Acura NSX concept car during the first press preview day.
An interior view of the uniquely designed, smart-for-us concept car, displayed on the final press preview day.
The Ford Motor Company exhibit is being looked over moments before being shown at the start of the first press preview day.
Mark Reuss introduces the Code 130R concept vehicle for General Motors.