This year's Chicago Auto Show may not have had as many headlining introductions, but it still remains the best place to see an automaker's vast array of products. Ford, Chrysler, Toyota, and General Motors all have enormous displays with lots of interactive exhibits to please the general public. Toyota chose this year's show to unveil the next version of the Tundra pickup truck due later this year. Chrysler has a large display of commercial vehicles and unveiled the ProMaster line of full-sized vans. Kia showed a concept crossover vehicle and the 2014 Forte 5d.