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Maven keeps moving
Big size, electrification plans, and commitment to America
The arrival of autonomous cars is impending
New BMW 5 Series will come in standard, hybrid and M-brand iterations
Four Mercedes-Benz models on one stage.
Concept shows future look and highlights autonomous features
More sport in sport-utility vehicle
Now with an optional third row
Ford puts on a show in Detroit
New Lexus flagship sedan debuts in Detroit
A sporty beast fit for four
Technical savvy vs business sense
Ridgeline, Pacifica and Bolt take gongs
New Terrain unveiled
New motors, new looks, new tech
Black, white, red and silver all over
Here comes a sure-fire cash cow
All the small things.
An exhibition of concepts realized.
Titan Warrior concept is Nissan’s glove-slap for Ford Raptor.
Lincoln has unveiled the returning 2017 Continental at the Detroit auto show.
Acura’s Precision concept is all about the angles.
Year of the Coupe
Audi looks to the future with the hydrogen fuel cell H-tron and announces the addition of the Allroad crossover to the A4 lineup.
The next step.
Honda unveiled the all new 2017 Ridgeline at the Detroit auto show to reclaim its share of the pickup truck market, and it looks vaguely familiar.
Flagship Lexus coupe introduce a new global architecture for large luxury vehicles.
Buick teases us with a sexy coupe concept in the Avista, and also shows their new Envision compact SUV.
New hybrid minivan from Chrysler.
Chevrolet will be expanding their popular Cruze lineup with a stylish, practical hatchback.
If you go to the Detroit Auto Show this week and only look at the trucks, you might be mistaken for thinking it’s SEMA in Las Vegas instead. With the number of factory custom trucks with serious off-road capabilities and street-savvy style, Detroit has turned into the North American International Truck Show. The all-new Ford F-150…
Article and photos by Brendan McAleer and Mark Stevenson, additional photos courtesy of the manufacturers We couldn’t pack all the goodness of the North American International Auto Show into just one slideshow. And honestly, we’ve seen more new vehicles than we can shake a stick at, but these are the cream of the crop. These…
Article and photos by Brendan McAleer and Mark Stevenson, additional photos courtesy of the manufacturers Sure, January 1 was two weeks ago, but when you’re talking about cars, it’s the North American International Auto Show in Detroit that marks the beginning of a new year. Running now through to January 25, this is the show…