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Detroit2020 Cadillac XT6: the Brand’s Fourth Utility Vehicle
Cadillac chose to unveil its newest SUV not at the Detroit Auto Show, but during a private event just before the show’s opening. A few hundred guests were on hand to assist the presentation of the XT6, of which images were released earlier during that day. Obviously, the XT6 is …
DetroitInfiniti QX Inspiration: The Brand’s Future is Officially Electric
DETROIT (Michigan) – One of the vehicles making the biggest splash at the 2019 Detroit Motor Show is the QX Inspiration, the concept that will inspire Infiniti’s first electric SUV. It has just been unveiled to the public as a world premiere. It’s great to see Infiniti finally shift over …
DetroitHere’s the 2020 Volkswagen Passat
The Detroit Motor Show surprised us this year. We were expecting to see endless SUVs, but the unveiling of a Mustang Shelby GT500 and Toyota Supra proved us wrong. We’ve also seen that the sedan is not dead, with Volkswagen pulling the curtain back on the all-new 2020 Passat. We …
DetroitSubaru Launches the 341-Horsepower WRX STI S209
To start off the new year, Subaru unveiled an even more powerful version of its famous WRX STI. Baptized S209, it develops no less than 341 horsepower, 31 more than in the regular STI. It’s all generated by the same 2.5-litre, flat-four engine, but here, it benefits from a larger …
DetroitLexus Lifts the Top Off its Superb LC
At the Detroit Auto Show , which opened its doors to the media today, Lexus presented its LC Convertible concept, a topless version of the most spectacular model in its lineup. Unlike many concept vehicles presented by automakers, this Lexus convertible seems very close to reach production. After all, it’s …
DetroitNissan IMs Concept: a 483-Horsepower, Fully Electric Sedan
At the Detroit Auto Show , we were expecting electric vehicles, SUVs, more SUVs and even pickup trucks. But not a sedan, and especially not a fully electric Nissan sedan! Ok, it is of course a concept car. We don’t think the pivoting seats will make it to production, but …
DetroitThe New 2020 Kia Telluride Looks Ready for Battle
Seeing the strong demand for bigger SUVs, Kia saw the Detroit Auto Show is a good occasion to present its new Telluride. Designed and assembled in the United States, the Telluride is the biggest Kia ever built, end of discussion. Capable of seating up to eight occupants, it boasts a …
Detroit2020 Shelby GT500: Ford Presents its Most Powerful Mustang Ever
Ford has the habit of stealing the Detroit Auto Show, and this year will be no exception. The automaker from Dearborn started off the new year with a bang by unveiling its new Mustang Shelby GT500. With the Shelby GT500, Ford is launching what will be the most powerful production …
DetroitThe Toyota Supra is Officially Back
It has finally arrived. After years of rumours, Toyota lifted the cover off of the production version of the new 2020 Supra at the Detroit Auto Show. As is the case with previous generations of the Supra, this sports car automatically becomes the Japanese brand’s halo model. Aside from the …
DetroitHere is Infiniti's Electric SUV: the QX Inspiration
A few weeks ago, we said that Infiniti would unveil an all-electric SUV at the Detroit auto show this month. It turns out we have just received a bit more information about the thing. The concept is called the QX Inspiration and, as is the case with all recent Infiniti …
DetroitBig Changes for Detroit Auto Show, Including Move to Summer
While auto shows around the world continue to attract fans in large, sometimes record-breaking numbers, they no longer have the same appeal to manufacturers as they once had, as evidenced by the increase of new model debuts taking place at separate venues or during private events at different times of …

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