2019 The North American International Auto Show in Detroit has a lineup that is heavy on trucks and SUV's with a few high-profile debuts from sports cars.
However, it was the high-performance vehicles that took the center stage.
Experts say customers are increasingly demanding faster cars and sports cars due to lower gas prices.
This year's car show can also be regarded as a glimpse of future car parties, along with trucks, sports utilities and high-performance sports cars.
"We think sedans continue to fall by the way. We've seen what happens, Ford is reconsidering the way they make their lineup. We've seen it at GM," said Jenni Newman, chief editor of Cars.com.
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"Many customers will have the ability to get their vehicle to take them to and from football practice with their children, but as soon as they release their children, they will have an experience," says Lauren Putnam, product engineer for Ford Motor Co .
For sports cars, Ford doubles by revealing 2020 Shelby GT 500. 700-horsepower Shelby is the most powerful street-legal production Ford has made.
"I think there is something about these sporting cars that make people rejoice and really want to dive into those brands," Newman said.
It's not just domestic car manufacturers coming in on the fun. Toyota made a big splash by announcing the return of two-seater Supra after a 20-year hiatus.
"I think the public will be impressed. They have asked for this vehicle to do it again," says Emerson Niemcheck, a Toyota product specialist.
Experts have said that cheap gasoline has helped sports car, sports car and truck sales continue their dramatic increase, but what about electric vehicles?
Only two electric vehicle concepts were rolled out on the auto show, including Nissan's IM. The concept vehicle has full autonomous driving and can go 380 miles on a single charge.
Experts point out the price of new cars continue to grow.
"Car prices continue to rise. There is a gap between what people think of a car cost and what it actually costs. It causes a problem, "said Newman.
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