Rumored to be unveiled at Detroit Auto Show

Toyota and Honda are rumored to be unveiling two of their most important new models in Detroit — the next-generation Toyota Prius, and a re-conceived Honda Insight hybrid. Compared with the original quirky two-seater, the new Insight is more versatile and seats five.

Toyota is rumored to be unveiling a new Lexus hybrid built on the same platform as the Prius, and a concept for an affordable Toyota-brand electric city car.

Chevrolet will introduce the 2010 Equinox compact crossover and Kia will display a concept vehicle that it has not described but is derived from its new Kia Soul.

GM will display three vehicles that made their world debut in Paris in October — the 2010 Cadillac CTS sport wagon, the Chevrolet Cruze small car and the Chevrolet Orlando concept.

The Cruze, a five-passenger subcompact, will go on sale first in Europe in March. The American version, to be built in Lordstown, Ohio, will be rolled out later, as a replacement for the Chevrolet Cobalt.

Ford Motor Co. will show the mid-size Ford Taurus sedan, a key vehicle in their car lineup, and the Lincoln MKT, the Lincoln brand's version of the Ford Flex crossover.

Chrysler will show a concept for an electric vehicle but has disclosed no other details, while Daimler AG's Smart carmaker will display the electric ForTwo that it unveiled in Paris.

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