Many automakers took the wraps off of over 44 new rides, prototypes and concept vehicles at this year’s North American International Auto Show. (source …. use photo covered underneath the sheet..

BMW gave us a look at the future with their concept vehicle. Watch out James Bond! (source

Ford stepped up its game with the next-generation Ford Fusion. The automaker took styling cues from a high-end brand they owned once owned, Aston Martin.  (source

Volkswagen is getting into the hybrid game soon with the current-generation Jetta. Who knew VW will offer both diesels and hybrids?  – source

Acura introduced the next-generation Acura NSX concept vehicle. This hybrid-like vehicle will be built in Ohio. (source

Dodge raised the roof literally (or the hood) by showing the muscle power underneath the Charger SRT8. (source

Buick is expanding its luxury line up with an all-new compact crossover, the Encore. (source GM)

Volvo literally gets out of the box, giving us a peak into the curvy, free-flowing interior. (Source

Honda finally reveals the next-generation Accord. Look for the vehicle to hit showrooms this fall with the latest high-tech gadgets. (source

Cadillac is going after the BMW 3-series with its all-new ATS rear-wheel drive sedan. The vehicle will arrive in showrooms this summer. (source GM)

Lexus introduced this eye-popping 2 plus 2 seater concept vehicle. (source Toyota/Lexus)

We had to throw  this Bentley Continental GTC Convertible in the mix for those who aspire to have more than just the average drop top. Boy, it s great to dream! (source   Jeff Fortson is an auto analyst and editor of a car-buying website for women and minorities. To learn more about his popular car-buying workshop and/or to price a new-vehicle, drive on over to <> . Follow him!/JeffCars <!/JeffCars/> /.