Photos: 2016 Washington Auto Show features sports cars, wild concepts and history

2017 Ford F-150 Raptor: This desert-racer truck is coming back; redesigned as part of the aluminum-bodied F-150 line. (WTOP/John Aaron)
2017 Ford F-150 Raptor: This desert-racer truck is coming back; redesigned as part of the aluminum-bodied F-150 line. (WTOP/John Aaron) (WTOP/John Aaron)
Based on a European model, the Cascada is Buick's first convertible in 25 years
Buick Cascada: Based on a European model, the Cascada is Buick’s first convertible in 25 years. (WTOP/John Aaron) (WTOP/John Aaron)
Toyota Prius: The redesigned Prius is larger, more efficient and more styled. (WTOP/John Aaron) (WTOP/John Aaron)
VW Beetle Dune: Meant to be reminiscent of a “baja bug,” this Beetle rides higher and has a wider stance. (WTOP/John Aaron) (WTOP/John Aaron)
BMW M2: BMW’s small car gets the M treatment, complete with 365 horsepower. (WTOP/John Aaron) (WTOP/John Aaron)
Toyota truck concept: Made to look like Marty McFly’s truck from “Back to the Future.” (WTOP/John Aaron) (WTOP/John Aaron)
Ford Model T: 100 years old, this piece of history traveled from Detroit to San Francisco in 2015. (WTOP/John Aaron) (WTOP/John Aaron)
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2017 Ford F-150 Raptor: This desert-racer truck is coming back; redesigned as part of the aluminum-bodied F-150 line. (WTOP/John Aaron)
Based on a European model, the Cascada is Buick's first convertible in 25 years

WASHINGTON — The Washington Auto Show got off to a late start because of the Blizzard of 2016.

The show runs through Sunday, January 31st at D.C.’s Walter E. Washington Convention Center. This year’s display includes screaming sports cars, wild concepts, and a unique piece of history.

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