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

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).

This year, Michigan’s motor city plays host to the global automotive scene from January 12 through 25.

Notable production debuts at this year’s event include the new Acura (Honda) NSX hybrid sports car, the next Audi Q7 SUV, the hot Cadillac CTS-V super saloon, Mercedes‘ GLE sports crossover and the second-gen Chevrolet Volt, while we also have a few concept car premieres such as the Infiniti Q60 Coupe and the Hyundai Santa Cruz Crossover Truck.

This page will be constantly updated throughout the show, so keep checking back for all the latest announcements and news from Detroit.

F/L = Facelift


Acura / Honda NSX

Alfa Romeo 4C Spider

Audi Q3 F/L

Audi Q7

BMW 2-Series Convertible M Performance

BMW 6-Series & M6 F/L

Buick Cascada

Cadillac CTS-V

Chevy Silverado Sport

Chevrolet Volt II

Dodge Viper GTC

Ford F-150 Raptor

Ford GT

Ford Shelby Mustang GT350R

GAC GS4 Trumpchi

GMC Canyon Nightfall

Hyundai Sonata Hybrid

Hyundai Sonata PHEV

Jaguar XE

LR Range Rover / Sport TD6 Diesel

Lexus GS F

Lincoln MKX

Mercedes C350 PHEV

Mercedes C450 AMG Sport

Mercedes GLE Coupe

Mercedes GLE 450 AMG Sport Coupe

Mercedes-AMG GLE 63 Coupe


Nissan Titan

Porsche 911 Targa 4 GTS

Porsche Cayenne Turbo S

Ram 1500 Rebel

Smart ForTwo Flashlight

Toyota Tacoma

Volvo S60 Cross Country

Volvo S60 Inscription LWB

Volvo XC90 R Design


Buick Avenir

Chevrolet Bolt Concept

Honda FCV

Hyundai Santa Cruz Crossover Truck

Infiniti Q60 Coupe

Jeep Renegade by Mopar

VW Cross Coupe GTE


2015 North American Car & Truck of the Year

BMW 1975 3.0 CSL

Ford GT Stole NSX’s Thunder

Hear Ford’s GT Start Up

My Beef With The NSX

NSX is Just What Acura Needs

  • Chuck Norris

    That’s a very small list.

    • Jim Ragland

      You got that right? I hope it’s more to come.

  • mick

    Buick Envision (for US market)
    Buick Cascada (for US market)
    Ram off-roader

    • MG

      GOT PICS?

  • rover10

    It’s more than possible that Ford will reveal a number of concepts/production bound products, beyond what’s been shown above. My prediction ;- Focus RS, 2016 Taurus and possibly an additional surprise.

  • rover10

    Sorry, didn’t see the RS photo.

  • Harry Nimmergut

    The list will grow throughout the week; probably at least triple.

    • donald seymour

      Wishful thinking? I hope that you are right.

  • shiv

    The only reveal I am waiting for is the Ford GT….

  • Psyct3r

    no camaro?

    • Six Thousand Times

      Was hoping…

  • BlackPegasus

    When will we get to see the actual all new Nissan Maxima and not some photo rendering?

  • Scott

    Ellio Motors!??

  • Hey. Does anyone know if GM will introduce more automobiles that could possibly permanently injure people,or murder them? If so,please let us know. Just want to feel safe.

  • Roland

    I think former Chevrolet Volt was a more beautiful car. I did not like the new one 🙁

  • Craig

    I keep hoping to see a Chrysler Imperial. A fancied up 300 that comes standard with the Hellcat HEMI. Come on Chrysler. Pull your head out. It’s such a no-brainer.

    • emjayay

      That wouldn’t be an Imperial. It would be a 300M.

      • Craig

        Maybe in your dreams. In mine – it’s the Imperial.

  • Fire17

    I hope they take out the “not confirmed” ones becuase if its not 100% guaranteed, then why bother showing. And if its not confirmed, then it dissapoints many fans of that specific car. :/

  • Harry Nimmergut

    Well, despite my comment of hope a few days ago, the NAIAS is underwhelming so far. Seems as if most mfrs. are holding out for Chicago and New York to reveal 2016s….probably the latter.

  • rover10

    A little disappointed the Focus RS didn’t appear this time around, despite all the speculation. The next possibility will be Geneva in March?

    • MarketAndChurch

      Same here. I was most waiting for the Focus RS, and hoping the 2016 Taurus would also make a surprise debut. I think we’ll have to wait for Geneva on both, hopefully, because I don’t want to wait till NYC in April.

  • Solaris94

    Where’s the 2016 Honda Pilot concept?

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