Cars that want to be trucks. Trucks that want to be cars. New cars that want to be old cars. New trucks that want to be old trucks. If you can follow that, then you've got the gist of the 1999 North American International Auto Show in Detroit. It likely will be known as the auto show holding a world-record for most new incarnations for the automotive terms “hybrid,” “crossover” and “retro.” At this year's Detroit gathering, it just wasn't simple: practically every new and concept vehicle ...
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