Chicago Auto Show returns with the year’s hottest rides

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The Chicago Auto Show returns to the McCormick Place this week for the 110th   year to showcase manufacturers’ freshest products and a taste of the latest designs.

Chicago’s annual auto show is the largest one in North America and draws manufacturers ranging from simpler, consumer-focused brands like Hyundai to brands like Rolls Royce, which unveiled its facelifted, $300,000 ghost.

The newest sports cars are always a focal point of the show. Ford brought one of their super-rare GTs (below), which just took home a 1-2 finish at the 24 Hours of Daytona race last week.

Jeep also brought back its fan-favorite Camp Jeep experience, where anyone can get the chance to drive a Wrangler on a simulated off-road track on the event floor.

The exposition will be in Chicago until Feb. 19 and costs $13 to enter.