Many say the modern motor show is dying, with the internet showing us newly-launched cars before scantily clad showgirls can even pull the covers off the display unit. But we beg to differ: for many, a motor show gives shoppers the ability to look at, sit in, and play with new releases long before they arrive in showrooms, meaning you can start financially planning your next purchase several months before D-day arrives. This year’s 2020 Chicago Auto Show is a prime example of a great motor show, with a number of high profile debuts and first public outings for some of the hottest upcoming metal. If you’re in the Chicago area, or if you’re unable to attend, we’ve got the full wrap-up of all the must-see models on display in the Windy City. The Nissan Frontier is hardly a new car – it’s been going since 2004 and is in dire need of more than just a facelift. But a big surprise arrived at Chicago this year when Nissan debuted an all-new engine for the aging midsize pickup, and a brand new gearbox, too. The new engine is a 3.8-liter gasoline V6, paired with a nine-speed automatic gearbox from the Nissan Titan. It replaces the current 2.5-liter four...