From big, bad super cars to luxury vehicles you dream about, the North American International Auto Show 2015 is capturing the attention of the automotive world with 51 product introductions at its press previews.

There have been big pickups, high-performance muscle cars, hybrids, plug-ins and even driver-less entries. All tallied, there have been 48 worldwide and three North American reveals this week.

Now it's your turn to see the vehicles at the Detroit show, which runs through Jan. 25 at Cobo Center.

The Steve Miller Band rocked the North American International Auto Show 2015's Charity Preview black-tie gala Friday night at Cobo Center in Detroit. (Photo: North American International Auto Show)

Show Chairman Scott LaRiche said the new vehicle introductions cover the gambit of the world automotive showroom. From the Ford GT Supercar, a modern interpretation of the iconic GT40; to the 200-mile range Chevrolet Bolt; to the game-changing Nissan Titan XD trucks, global auto makers have unveiled their finest in the center of the automotive universe.

At the Charity Preview on Friday night, the black-tie gala -- the largest single-night fundraiser in North America -- raised more than $5 million for children's charities in southeastern Michigan. The Steve Miller Band performed at the Cobo Center event.

The show is open to the public today through Jan. 24, with hours 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. EST; and 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Jan. 25, with hours 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.