The Detroit Auto Show seems to be dominated by high-end and affordable energy efficient vehicles this year, including hybrids and even fuel-cell vehicles.
With US manufacturers like Ford looking to hire in 2011 and 2012, as well as foreign automakers like Volkswagen, a number of new vehicles have come onto the scene that will likely go into production.
While concepts like the Porsche 918 may not be everyday vehicles, a number of manufacturers are presenting likely more affordable new cars at the Detroit Auto Show, namely hybrids, electric cars, and electric vehicles. Mercedes Benz is even showing a fuel-cell vehicle, which runs on hydrogen.
Check out the photos below for a look at what's coming out of the North American International Automobile Show in Detroit this year.