Auto show season (yes, there is a season) is in full swing, and we're on the scene in Chicago to get a look at the vehicles that will be unveiled in the Windy City. Interested in the truck Chevrolet and GMC will offer to compete with the new Ram Heavy Duty and upcoming Ford Super Duty? General Motors unveils it at this show. Other highlights include a new minivan from Honda, a new crossover from Ford, a special-edition Suburban, and new versions of the Transit Connect. Intrigued? Curious? See the latest and greatest from this year's Chicago auto show right here at trucktrend.com.

Ford Transit Connect Electric
Ford Transit Connect Taxi

Honda Odyssey Concept

2010 75th Anniversary Diamond Edition Chevrolet Suburban

2011 Chevrolet Silverado Heavy Duty
2011 Ford Edge & Edge Sport

Ford Transit Connect Electric & Taxi

promo image First Look: Ford Transit Connect Electric & Taxi
The Transit Connect Electric. It's the first entry in Ford's aggressive electric vehicle strategy, going into production in late 2010. The Taxi version of the vehicle that could serve as Ford's eventual replacement for its long-serving Crown Victoria.

Honda Odyssey Concept
By Motor Trend Editors

Honda has announced that it is bringing a concept version of its next-generation Odyssey minivan to the 2010 Chicago show, which will serve as an in-the-sheetmetal vision of the changes it is planning for its popular people mover.

The Odyssey, currently in its third generation (the 2010 model is pictured), has been a mainstay on American roads since its debut in 1995. Although only concept at Chicago, it's quite possible that the show vehicle will serve as a thinly disguised version of the next production model, which could reach dealers as soon as 2011.

As was the case with the present generation minivan, it's more than likely the next Odyssey will be completely different from the model sold in the Japan. Unlike the Japanese Odyssey, which is a low-slung, four-door tall-wagon, the North American version will probably continue to maintain the outgoing model's basic proportions. The next Odyssey will no doubt be targeting Toyota's all-new 2011 Sienna, which was recently unveiled at last November's Los Angeles auto show.

promo image First Look: Honda Odyssey Concept
Some concept vehicles are more production-viable than others and Honda's new Odyssey Minivan Concept looks like just about all it needs to hit the streets is a set of license plates.

2011 Ford Edge

promo image First Look: 2011 Ford Edge
Ford Thoroughly Sharpens its Edge: Pick nearly any aspect of the popular mid-sized SUV and the Blue Oval's engineers probably tweaked, restyled or replaced it.

promo image 2011 Ford Edge Photo Gallery
Click here to see photos for the 2011 Ford Edge mid-size SUV

2011 Chevrolet Silverado Heavy Duty

promo image First Look: 2011 Chevrolet Silverado Heavy Duty
Duramaxed-Out: It's what's Underneath that Counts - Chevrolet has made big improvements to the structure and powertrain that the company promises will make this truck a segment-leader in towing and hauling, all the while burning cleaner and making more power.

promo image 2011 Chevrolet Silverado Heavy Duty Photo Gallery
Click here to see photos for the All-new 2011 Chevrolet Silverado Heavy Duty full-siz pickup.

2010 75th Anniversary Diamond Edition Chevrolet Suburban

promo image First Look: 2010 75th Anniversary Diamond Edition Chevrolet Suburban
Making its debut at the 2010 Chicago show, the 75th Anniversary Suburban is a special trim package that will be limited to 2,570 units.

promo image 75th Anniversary Diamond Edition Chevrolet Suburban Photo Gallery
Click here to see photos for the 75th Anniversary Diamond Edition Chevrolet Suburban.

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