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General Motors unveiled the 2015 Cadillac ATS Coupe in Detroit on Wednesday. Photo credit: General Motors.

The North American International Auto Show, held every January in Detroit, is one of the world's biggest. It's huge, it's flashy, and it's where the biggest names in the business unveil some of their hottest products in front of the world's automotive media.

On Monday, the Motley Fool Motor Money duo of Rex Moore and John Rosevear brought you a complete report of the day's events from the show floor. The two were on the scene once again for Day 2 of the show, and once again they've brought you the biggest news of the day from Detroit.

Rex and John were there as General Motors (NYSE:GM) revealed the new 2015 Cadillac ATS Coupe. After the new coupe made its appearance, John talked with Cadillac chief Bob Ferguson about the importance of the ATS to GM's ongoing effort to build Cadillac into a global luxury brand. (Spoiler: It's pretty important.)  

The duo also looked at a hot new coupe from Toyota's (NYSE:TM) luxury brand, the 2015 Lexus RC 350 (and its even hotter sibling, the 2015 Lexus RC F, which sports a V8 engine with over 450 horsepower).

You'll also get a look at the new GMC Canyon pickup and an important new sedan from Honda's (NYSE:HMC) Acura brand.

Last but not least, John and Rex bring you a close-up look at the 2015 Subaru WRX STI. If the WRX is the hot-rod version of Subaru's Impreza sedan, then the STI is best thought of as the even hotter version of the WRX. 

Join John and Rex as they give you their first impressions of all of these new models. And check back later this week as we bring you even more from the show floor, including an exclusive, in-depth interview with Ford (NYSE:F) Chief Operating Officer Mark Fields. 

Fool contributor John Rosevear owns shares of Ford and General Motors. Rex Moore has no position in any stocks mentioned. The Motley Fool recommends Ford and General Motors and owns shares of Ford. Try any of our Foolish newsletter services free for 30 days. We Fools don't all hold the same opinions, but we all believe that considering a diverse range of insights makes us better investors. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy.