2019 The Detroit Auto Show will surely be one for the books. This is the last time Detroit will host its North American International Auto Show in January; starting next year,. And while this year's show is getting smaller than in previous years with regard to automaker presence, those coming will surely bring the heat.
From things like the 2020 Explorer SUV to electrified concepts to OMG-it's finally here Toyota Supra, we have a lot to talk about in Detroit next week. In addition, we announce our 201
Cadillac will bringto the Detroit Auto Show. Locking between five passengers and full size XT6 will offer three row seats, so Cadillac can finally compete with vehicles such as
What Hyundai brings to Detroit, we bet it will have an N mark.
We cannot officially confirm what Hyundai has in the works for the Detroit Auto Show, but we have been told to expect some news related to the company's. Maybe Hyundai will show an N Line model – the name that will be awarded to sporting cars that do not get the full N treatment (think BMW M Sport against BMW M). In any case, watch out for Hyundai's full message in just a few days.
Infiniti's Detroit debut isan EV crossover concept, which the company says, tells the design language of its future electrified deals. Infiniti will offer electrification options across its entire portfolio starting in 2021.
QX Inspiration is more of a high-hatchback than the actual crossover, and is not necessarily meant to signal an actual production car. We don't have any details on what kind of EV powertrain is underneath, but we hope to learn all that and more at the Detroit show next week.
Although we first saw the exhibition production Kia Telluride at New York Fashion Week in September, we still do not know much about the brand's full-size SUV. It will change at the Detroit show, where Kia plans to reveal all the details of his new big boy.
When Telluride shares its architecture with Hyundai Palisade
Although Lexus calls itsa concept, we are absolutely certain that it will come into production. When the company revealed its new droptop earlier this week, it said: "Open top concept suggests future direction of LC flagship", which is quite a serious nod to production intent.
No official details have been confirmed, but we would expect the LC Convertible production to use the same power supplies as the coupe. This means a 5.0 liter V8 with 471 horsepower and a hybrid option.
Lexus will also displayin Detroit, complete with a new ] package.
Lincoln does not have an official press conference on the Detroit Auto Show chart, but that doesn't mean there's nothing new on the screen. Look for Ford's luxury brand to showcasethat debuted in December.
Coach Door Edition is a stretched version of Continental sedan with a large pair of suicide doors – reminiscent of 1961 Continental. Lincoln only plans to build 80 of these cars at the beginning, prices over $ 100,000.
Nissan is planning to show some kind of EV concept. It is unclear whether the Nissan debut will see a whole new model, or just a kind of showcase of a future styling or powerhouse. Either way, a new concept car debut is always something to look forward to. Check out Nissan's short teaser video for more.
If you also overlooked his debut at CES 2019, Nissan will show the new. Thanks to its larger and more powerful battery, Nissan says E + can travel up to 226 miles on a single charge – a good increase over the 150-mile range of the current blade.
After the successful launch of 1500 Half-Tone Pickup in 2018, Ram shows theon the Detroit Auto Show. Expect to see 2500 and 3500 HD versions take the stage with single and dual-rear-wheel setups, and according to the teaser image above, some great headlights. Large engines – both gas and diesel – are likely to be found underground, with enormous power and bug capacity. There will also be a wealth of luxury and technology inside the trucks, including all the treats that debuted on .
Subaru WRX STI will spawn ain Detroit, with bulgy fender flares, a large wing and lots of performance upgrades. We do not yet have any details, but expect an upgraded suspension, as well as tweaked aerodynamics and larger brakes.
The biggest question we still have is what is under the hood? The older, non-US S208 special edition was powered by a 2.0-liter turbo H4 engine, but the US market STI uses a 2.5-liter H4. We just hope that it provides more power than 310 horsepower found in the current.
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So yes, Toyota will finally officially waste the prayers of the highly anticipated Supra drive coupe that shares its base with the BMW Z4. We expect turbocharged inline-6 power, and based onand we know it will be quite entertaining – even though it may be a little softer than Supra faithful could expect.
We are so ready for this endless tease to be over.
2020 Pass will then make its debut at the Detroit Auto Show, and we are not expecting it to be radically different from its predecessor.late last year, and even though our time with that car was short, we found the new four door to largely hold the course.
All Passats will be powered by a 2.0-liter, turbocharged I4 engine, with 174 horsepower and a 6-speed automatic and front-wheel drive. A sporty-looking R-Line model will roll on 19 inch wheels, and all models will have LED head and rear lights. An 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system is located inside, but we don't want to see the Volkswagen's Digital Cockpit gauge cluster. Womp.
In business news, Volkswagen is expected to publishon the Detroit show, which may share electrification and autonomous driving development efforts.
2019 Detroit Auto Show The media day kicks out Monday, January 14, and the show officially opens the public on Saturday, January 19.
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