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Tesla Motors showed up at the 2013 Detroit Motor Show with their current production car, the Model S, and an updated version of the Model X crossover. The Model X received a particularly warm welcome from the audience.
The Resonance may look a bit too fancy to hint at a production model, but this in fact a preview of the next generation Nissan Murano. Not that it will look just as crazy as this, but the previous versions of the car both had very radical design for their time. This is the new […]
Cadillac ELR was among our most favorite new cars of this year’s Detroit Motor Show, simply because it proves mainstream green cars can be cool. It takes a Chevy Volt and dresses it up in a fancy suit. It has an old-school approach to luxury. Cadillac hasn’t lost its touch!
It was a tad disappointing that Acura didn’t bring the final production version of the new NSX to the Detroit Motor Show, but the new concept car with its fully functional interior shows that the NSX is really close to production. The car is being developed by Honda’s American R&D team.
One of the most interesting green cars at this year’s Detroit Motor Show is the X-Truck Extended-Range Electric Vehicle by Via Motors. It is based on the Chevrolet Silverado, and tries to make the Americans love of trucking a bit greener.
Shelby American’s lineup for the 2013 Detroit Motor Show included an aggressive-looking hot hatchback, and an insanely powerful version of the already bonkers Shelby GT500. Meet the new Shelby Super Snake Widebody.
Shelby American unveiled two totally different cars at this year’s Detroit Motor Show. One is a performance package for the Ford Focus ST hot hatch, and the other an awesome Super Snake widebody package for the latest Shelby GT500.
Mazda unveiled its new racing car based on the 2014 Mazda6 sedan at the Detroit Motor Show. The car makes it racing debut at this year’s Rolex 24 at Daytona, where it will compete in the new GRAND-AM GX class.
Along with the new NSx, Acurra also presented a new 7-seater prototype SUV at the 2013 Detroit Motor Show. The new MDX, the car will launch in the second quarter of 2013 in both all-wheel-drive and front-wheel-drive layouts.
Acura did indeed bring a new version of the NSX super car to the Detroit Motor Show, but it wasn’t the production version we were expecting to see. It is an evolution of the first concept car. The main purpose of this presentation was to reveal the car’s interior.
Kia unveiled the latest version of it Cadenza premium sedan at the 2013 Detroit Motor Show. It may not look it, but Kia says it is the most technologically-advanced vehicle Kia has ever introduced in North America.
Ford was rather quiet at this year’s Detroit Motor Show, and if it wasn’t for this awesome thing you see here, they would have been lost in the bowels of NAIAS! This is Ford Atlas, a concept pickup truck that previews the next generation F-150. And is it just cool?
As an homage to the original Chrysler Turbine that was built 50 years ago in 1963, Chrysler design team decided to make the 300S Turbine Edition. They tried to recreate as many of the Turbine details as possible on the 300.
Lexus IS is the next brand-new mainstream model to make its show debut at the 2013 Detroit Motor Show. The 2014 version of the car is drastically changed over the last model, featuring a much more daring design, especially in the F – Sport guise.
With the Resonance Concept, unveiled at the 2013 Detroit Motor Show, Nissan is giving us a preview of the next generation Murano Crossover. It won’t necessarily look like this, but the Resonance showcases a new design direction that will invariably affect all the upcoming crossovers and SUVs.