This year, the Detroit Auto Show was a return to nostalgia. Two famed cars from decades past are making their way back into hearts and garages—though admittedly, they may have never quite left.
Volkswagen unveiled the I.D. Buzz concept car, the tech-savvy Millennial offspring of the hippie Boomer-era Microbus. It's traded gas for two all-electric engines, a self-storing steering wheel, and is expected to be on the road and fully autonomous (meaning you won't have to watch traffic) by 2025.
Alternately, the dream of the '90s is alive in Motor City. After a year of O.J. TV movies, it's fitting that Ford is bringing back the Bronco. This new iteration of the famed SUV will be the first new model produced since 1996. The Bronco 4x4 will be made in Michigan and is expected to be on the road as soon as 2018.