DETROIT -- To many auto critics, the 2002 North American International Auto Show will be remembered cynically as the year of the silver station wagon, but to at least a few, it will be the year interior design finally turned the corner in Detroit. At least three vehicles, the ’02 Lincoln Navigator, along with the Chrysler Crossfire and Pacifica concepts (which are promised to be very close to production models), feature interiors that can at least hold a candle to European and Japanese ...
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