Showing posts in the category of Detroit Auto Show

Maserati Levante Expected To Debut In Detroit, Will Start From €90,000


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New information has surfaced about Maserati’s first-ever SUV, the upcoming Levante. The model will reportedly debut at the 2016 Detroit Auto Show in January, with production in Italy following in March.

Audi CEO Confirms Q8 SUV, Will Launch By 2020


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A new Audi Q7 was long overdue, having been on the market since late 2005. Ingolstadt obliged and premiered the all-new, second-generation model at the recent Detroit Auto Show.

GM Considering Electric AWD for Future Cadillac and Chevy Models


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According to Edmunds, General Motors is developing a high performance electric all-wheel drive system for next-gen V-Series Cadillac models as well their crossovers (less of a chance). This system could make its way to other, currently rear-wheel drive, cars.

How Would You Take Your 2016 Shelby Mustang GT350? [w/Poll]


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It seems like, no matter how mean and powerful other muscle cars are, there is just something special about the Mustang. People stand up and take notice regardless if it's a GT, a Shelby, a Boss or anything else of that nature.

AMG Secretly Working on Porsche 918 Rivaling Hyper-Hybrid?


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According to some, they may very well be, but should it come as a surprise to anybody? Probably not, since the 918 pretty much set the benchmark on how to build a modern day hybrid supercar.

Acura NSX is the First Supercar with a Design Team Led by a Woman


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Although it was upstaged somewhat by the Ford GT, the all-new Acura NSX was without a doubt one of the stars of the 2015 North American International Motor Show.

Did GM Quietly Tease Upcoming New Camaro in Detroit?


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We expect the next Chevy Camaro to retain the same familiar design traits that make it instantly recognizable, but make them seem fresher with a more modern (probably Corvette Stingray-like) look. At the moment, we really don’t know what it’s going to look like, although GM did appear to tease it at the Detroit auto show.

2017 Ford GT Rendered In Martini, Gulf Livery


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What is the 2017 Ford GT without its motorsport heritage? History was made when the legendary Gulf Racing Ford GT40 won at the 24 Hours of LeMans two years in a row (1968, 1969). To date, the Gulf GT40 remains arguably the most iconic American racing car in history.

Who Is Going To Buy The Buick Cascada?


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The 2016 Buick Cascada may look familiar to Europeans, but it's something the American brand hasn't seen in a long time: a halo car (of sorts).

2016 Ford Shelby Mustang GT350R Revs For The Public


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One of the stars of the 2015 NAIAS was without a doubt, the new Shelby GT350R, looking menacing and promising hardcore performance to those in need of a track-ready muscle car.

New Chevy Volt Rendered as Traditional Three-Door Coupe


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So whenever you turn a regular five-door hatch into a three-door, the result ends up looking pretty much the same every time. This new Chevy Volt has undergone the same transformation in PhotoShop and it doesn’t surprise us.

In Defense Of The Volvo S60 Cross Country


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The Volvo S60 Cross Country really doesn't make any sense, but it's strangely appealing the more you look at it. I suspect that's a key part of the marketing strategy for this car.

New Jaguar XE Will Be A Great Alternative To The Alternative Compact Luxury Sedans


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Walking up to it and sitting in it, it's hard to compare the Jaguar XE to anything else but a BMW 3-series. That's just the impression it gives off.

Is The Ram 1500 Rebel Outrageous Enough?


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On the face of it, the 2015 Ram 1500 Rebel is just the alternative full-size pickup buyers needed to the Ford F-150 Raptor. And what a big face it has.

The Mercedes GLE Coupe Might Be More Rational Than You Think


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The Mercedes GLE Coupe may still be the answer to a question only BMW X6 owners asked, but it does surprise in one area – space.

2016 MKX Could Be The Sign That Lincoln Is Finally Getting The Luxury Message


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The 2016 Lincoln MKX might be the most compelling proof to date that Ford is serious about restoring the brand to true luxury status.

Carscoops’ 2015 Detroit Motor Show Roundup and Mega Photo Gallery


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Pickup trucks and sports cars: this really sums up the 2015 North American International Auto Show that’s held in Detroit and is the first major event of the year.

Carscoops' A-to-Z Guide to the 2015 Detroit Auto Show [Day 2]


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Here's your ultimate guide to all the debuts taking place at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show, officially known as the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS).

Next-Gen BMW M5 & M6 Could Get All-Wheel Drive


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In case you were wondering how BMW plans to make the M5 even quicker and actually let you explore all of the power by giving you optimal traction, well,  it's called xDrive.

New Volvo S60 Inscription LWB Is For You And Your Long-Legged Family


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Considering that Swedes are some of the tallest people on Earth, I've wondered why Volvos aren't exactly known for generous rear legroom. That changes, at least in the U.S., with the 2016 Volvo S60 Inscription.