You are here at the Detroit Motor Show 2013

Prepare your root for a fizzing, TopGear.commers - this year’s Detroit motor show is upon us from Monday 14 January, and with it comes a raft of delicious new metal.

From the sublime to the Smart Fortwo, there’s enough new kit to see fresh entries into most major market segments. The luxo-‘vert market sees the lovely Bentley Continental GT debut, hybrids get a hot new Cadillac coupe, SUVs can eye up the Audi SQ5, and super-saloons get a new E63 AMG Benz, Maserati Quattroporte, and Lexus IS.

There’s some other new bits for those of us that live on Planet Normal, too. BMW’s revealing its 2013 1-series coupe and convertible, Mini’s bringing a John Cooper Works Paceman, VW’s got a three-row SUV and Smart’s showing this year’s slightly re-heated ForTwo - it’s called the Cityflame and comes in Wiz Khalifa-friendly black ‘n’ yellow.

And there’s also a new baby brother to the CLS from Mercedes: the long-awaited CLA

You’ll also find a bunch of domestic market trucks (or treeeeerks, as they’re pronounced in American), minivans, saloons.

Oh, and last but not least: the hotly-anticipated new Chevrolet Corvette…

We’ll be updating this page throughout the show with link to our stories, as well as tweeting live from the floor at @bbctopgear - check back to see what we’ve found… 

The Detroit Motor Show in 140 characters: our Twitter roundup

Here it is: the new Chevrolet Corvette Stingray

Meet the Audi RS7

New Mercedes-Benz CLA revealed

The Via Motors X Truck

The new Honda NSX gets closer…

Honda reveals Urban SUV concept

Cadillac ELR revealed in Detroit

Meet the concept BMW 4-Series Coupe

Infiniti unveils the Q50 saloon

This is a V8-powered Fisker Karma

Volkswagen reveals the CrossBlue concept

Meet the new Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG

Mini unveils 218bhp Paceman JCW

The new Bentley Continental GT Speed Convertible

This is the brand new Lexus IS

Audi SQ5 gets supercharged 354bhp petrol V6

The 2013 Maserati Quattroporte lands

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