The Chicago Auto Show is known for being a showcase for new trucks. And this year was no exception, starting with some heavy haulers.

Chevrolet arrives with the all-new Silverado HD pickups. They sport an aggressive look, more interior room, new powertrains, and max towing of 35,500 pounds.

This GMC Sierra Heavy Duty pickup has a 15 camera view system including a rear transparent trailer mode.

Ford brought their revamped Super Duty to Chicago with updated front end, interior, and new engines and transmissions.

Custom builder Tuscany revives a legendary tie-up with its Harley-Davidson Ford F-150.

Ram was busy too, showing this optional Multifunction tailgate for the 1500…And, this new HD Chassis Cab destined for custom outfitters.

Toyota’s Chicago headliner is the freshened Tacoma with new front fascia, grille, and lighting, updated interior with more advanced safety.

This Land Cruiser Heritage Edition dons blackout trim, BBS wheels, and cleaned up lower side body so it won’t get too scuffed up handling the rough stuff.

Toyota also unleashed this Sequoia TRD Pro sport utility ready for any off-road family adventure.

Nissan came to Chicago with a restyled Rogue Sport and the latest in safety and infotainment. This Nissan Pathfinder Rock Creek Edition adds dark trim, unique wheels and tires, and two-tone seating for a customized appearance.

The Kia Sportage is refreshed with tweaked styling front and rear. Kia’s new Forte GT Line is mostly a trim package but it sure looks fast.

Subaru unveiled their all-new Legacy mid-size sedan. On a new chassis with slick fastback styling and optional big screen infotainment.

At Lexus smooth and twisty pavement is handled with the dressed-up NX F Sport Black Line. 

While this Flare Yellow Lexus LC 500 Inspiration Series concept is now a limited production model.

Volkswagen continues to display its confidence in sport sedans. This Jetta GLI sports the GTI’s turbocharged engine and an independent rear suspension.

Chicago saw the world debut of the Mazda Miata in 1989. For 2019, the Anniversary Edition MX-5 Miata marks 30 years of this roadster reviver survivor.

The Alfa Romeo 4C Spider is a more recent open air arrival, here in new Italia trim.

And that’s it from the Windy City and this week’s Motor News.