The Detroit Auto Show's opening weekend was a record setter.
Officially known as the North American International Auto Show, this annual event in Detroit is known for showing off the latest models in autos from all over the world and some great concept cars that may hit showroom floors years from now.
All the major auto manufacturers were present and they all seemed proud of their new cars, but which one proved the most popular with the masses?
You may be surprised.
"The most popular was the Chevrolet Stingray, without a doubt," said North American International Auto Show spokesperson Marc Harlow. "The resurrection of the Stingray name and the complete redesign of the vehicle makes it just awesome."
Also popular was the Cadillac ATC, "Car of the Year" and a car that may signal a rebirth for Cadillac. Unlike a lot of the cars at the show that are prototypes, the Cadillac ATS is at dealerships and available for purchase.
"This year we're totally hands on at Cadillac. Usually we have guard rails around the vehicles while presenting, but not this year," offered Cadillac spokesperson Jenna Strauss.
Also present and attracting a lot of attention this year are the models alongside the cars.
A total of more that 103,000 people came through the gates on Saturday and crowds on Sunday were huge as well.
This should be one of the biggest auto shows in the world for 2013.
The show will run through January 27th.