About this time every year, right before the holidays, the automakers gear up and start teasing, bit-by-bit, the all-new vehicles set to debut at the Detroit Auto Show (NAIAS).

Already we've seen a couple hints and a reveal yesterday by Chevrolet.

While we're sure that more will be coming along the way, we're pretty interested to see who's going to surprise at the show. Over the past handful of years, the Detroit show is always dominated by whoever shows up with something from right field. 

From what we've been hearing, the biggest reveal of the show will come from Ford who's rumored to be bringing the all-new Bronco to the party. This would make sense given that the Bronco was spoken about at the 2017 show and Ford typically likes to come to its hometown's event armed to the teeth. 

Consider this: FCA's Jeep has given away all the juice with its debut of the all-new Wrangler in Los Angeles and Chevrolet's early reveal of the Silverado has essentially paved the way for Ford to completely own Cobo. It's almost as if it were planned.

#NAIAS RUMOR: Agents Hear Rumblings Of Biggest Reveal Yet Coming To Detroit...

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