It's a big week for car enthusiasts as the Detroit Auto Show kicks off, showcasing some of the newest cars from automakers around the globe. Scott Evans, Editor at Motor Trend, joins The Long and The Short from Detroit to give a recap of what we can expect from Ford, GM, and even Lamborghini.

Trucks and SUVs are trending this year as Ford introduces its $100,000 truck. Car groupies will also see the debut of the all-new Chevrolet Silverado and Ram 1500. These are full-size trucks that go against the best selling vehicle in America, the Ford F-150. Evans sites low gas prices as a reason why these automakers are bringing back the SUV.

Plus, the debut of the all-new Lamborghini Urus. Evans says it shows that SUVs are the future when a sports car company starts producing the vehicle.

Also, where is Tesla? The car company won't show anything at the Detroit Auto Show. Evans says unless it has a new car to unveil, Tesla doesn't feel the need to be present. Evans also talks about Silicon Valley versus Detroit when it comes to the auto capital of America. He explains that the two regions are working together more than people think.