It boasts at being the largest such show in the region and attracts 350,000 people over its nine day run.
If you going, here's a pdf map of the layout so you can find the models you are looking for quickly.
Here's the shows highlights courtesy of the PR folks:
Exotic Sports Cars: Among the cars expected are: Aston Martin DBS, DB9, Rapide and Vantage Convertible; Audi R8 Spyder; Bentley Continental 80-11 and Supersports; BMW; Chevrolet Camaro, Corvette Grand Sport, Stingray and ZR1; Dodge Challenger and Charger; Ford Mustang GT Coupe and V6 Convertible; Jaguar XF and XJ; Lamborghini Murcielago Superleggera and Gallardo Spyder; Lotus Evora, Elise and Exige and Porsche
2011 Model cars, SUV’s, trucks and vans: Among the manufacturers expected to display vehicles are: Acura; Aston Martin; Audi; Bentley; BMW; Buick; Cadillac; Chevrolet; Chrysler; Dodge; Ford; Fiat; GMC; Honda; Hyundai; Infiniti; Jaguar; Jeep; Kia; Lamborghini; Land Rover; Lexus; Lincoln; Lotus; Mazda; Mini; Nissan, Saab; Scion; Subaru; Porsche; Ram; Rolls Royce; Toyota; Volkswagen; Volvo
North American Car and Truck of the Year nominees: Car of the year nominees expected are: Audi A8, Buick Regal, Chevrolet Cruze, Chevrolet Volt, Ford Fiesta, Hyundai Sonata 2.0T/Hybrid, Infiniti M37/56, Jaguar XJ, Kia Optima, Mazda Mazda2, Nissan Juke, Nissan Leaf, Volkswagen Jetta and the Volvo S60.
Alternative fuel and hybrid vehicles: Among the vehicles expected are: Cadillac Escalade Hybrid; Chevrolet Volt; Ford Escape Hybrid 4X4 and Fusion Hybrid; GMC Yukon Denaili Hybrid; Honda Civic Hybrid, CR-Z Hybrid and Insight; Hyundai Sonata Hybrid; Lexus GS 450h, HS 250h, LS 600h and RX 450h; Lincoln MKZ Hybrid; Nissan LEAF and a Cut-in-half demonstration model of the Nissan XTrail FCV (fuel cell vehicle), Toyota Camry Hybrid, Highlander Hybrid, Highlander Fuel Cell Hybrid, Prius and Plug-In- Prius and; Volkswagen Touareg Hybrid