DETROIT -- With federal mileage standards rising, automakers next week will show a fresh group of fuel-efficient vehicles at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
Ford will unveil the redesigned production Focus, and Honda will show the production version of the CR-Z hybrid hatchback. Toyota and Volkswagen will roll out hybrid concepts; Audi, BMW and Fiat will display electric concepts.
Show organizers are arranging various electric cars, including one from China's BYD Auto, in a space on the show floor called Electric Avenue.
But high performance will get its due. Judging by vehicles at the show, performance … Read more