Audi brings the EV E-Tron Sportback and also the R.S. Q8 crossover.
BMW will debut BMW X3 xDrive30 (hybrid), M8 Gran Coupe, M2 C.S., and two series Gran Coupe.
Ford launched the Mustang Mach-E.
Genesis updated the G90 sedan.
Hyundai will expand its lineup of electrified vehicles to 13 by 2022 from the current five, starting with 2020 Ioniq sedan.
Kia brings the K5, which goes on sale in December.
Lexus comes with the LC500 convertible and is also expected to display its futuristic LF-30 EV concept that debuted at the Tokyo Auto Show.
The CX-30 will appear with some resemblance to Mazda 3.
Mercedes is up to no good in the electric world, still with powerful versions of large vehicles: the GLE 63 AMG crossover and GLS 63 SUV.
Porsche brings the lower-priced variant, Taycan 4S.
Toyota will use the auto shows to display three new variants of existing vehicles, hybrid RAV4 and all-wheel-drive versions of the Camry and Avalon sedans.
Tesla is planning to unveil the CyberTruck.
Atlas Cross Sport, from Volkswagen, is prepared to be out for sale, and the E.V. concept called the I.D. Space Vizzion will be on the show.