Car show season is off and running as we head to the Chicago Auto Show, back in its February timeslot, showing off the industry’s latest!

Ram announced three new “Built to Serve” 1500 pickups, the first honoring firefighters with unique colors and interiors. Police and Medical Personnel editions will follow. 

Ford Bronco momentum grows with a new “Built Wild” trim: Everglades. This four door Bronco has a deep-water snorkel, and front bumper-mounted WARN winch. 

Ford also showed the 2022 Ford GT Alan Mann Heritage Edition, celebrating the original lightweight prototypes created by Alan Mann Racing that led to the LeMans winning GT40. The low volume model is painted in red with white and gold accents, with the prototype’s racing number.

Nissan debuting a trio of concepts for the new Frontier. While they’re all based on the 2022 Crew Cab body style, the Project 72X, Project Hardbody, and Project Adventure are all designed to encourage buyers to personalize their Frontiers.

Toyota brought the full-size 2023 Sequoia for its first public showing. The automaker’s largest 7 & 8-passenger SUV is set to hit dealers this summer. Toyota’s Tundra Capstone Hybrid was also on display, along with their all-new, all-electric SUV: the bZ4X.

A whirlwind of a show in the Windy City, and that does it for this week’s Motor News!