The Chicago Auto Show used to not get much attention. But with automakers revamping vehicles at unprecedented rates, its importance is growing. This year’s show in the Windy City still only saw one significant world debut of an all-new vehicle — the 2016 Honda Pilot — but automakers showed a raft of refreshed models in an effort to keep consumer interest on the boil in these hyper-competitive times. Chicago has long been a truck town as auto shows go, and this year was no different. There were a few surprises, too, such as the Nissan GT-R LM Nismo, an unconventional front-wheel-drive race car. Here are the 12 biggest debuts from the Windy City.