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【MOTORING】The 7 Hottest Cars from the 2019 Detroit Auto Show
2019-01-27 119 Views PopupCms
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The North American International Auto Show opens to the public this weekend in Detroit, and runs through January 27. Once the kickoff to the annual auto show season, the gathering at the Cobo Center on the River downtown has been supplanted a bit by the vehicular presence at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas just a week or so before. Most of the European luxury manufacturers, including Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Audi, Volvo, Jaguar, Porsche, Bentley, Rolls-Royce, and Land Rover, chose to show their wares at CES this year, skipping Detroit.

But Detroit is a rugged industrial city and isn’t about to bow out without a fight. Next year, NAIAS will be moved to the summer to offer up fresh timing and fresh opportunities for visitors to engage indoors and out with the revitalized aspects of the Motor City. But though the field of manufacturers present was smaller than usual, this final winter iteration of the show still featured a solid lineup of very exciting vehicles.

We wandered around the floor of Cobo during the early press preview, looking at everything, and these are our picks (in alphabetical order) of the most exciting new vehicles on display.


Cadillac XT6

America’s premier luxury automotive brand is on a product offensive, and this three-row family-schlepping crossover is part of that. Because of its high roof, the XT6 provides class-leading headroom, even for passengers in the wayback.



Ford Mustang Shelby GT500
This range-topping pony car features a 700 horsepower supercharged V8 motor, carbon fiber wheels that are lighter than the tires mounted on them, a giant rear wing, and a blistering performance once reserved for exotic supercars.


Infiniti QX inspiration Concept
A lovely and serene entry into a category of vehicles—the crossover—not generally known for these descriptors, this concept offers a unique blend of sharp and flowing lines, presaging Infiniti’s new design language.


Lexus LC Convertible Concept
The LC is Lexus’s most lovely vehicle, a lithe and athletic grand touring coupe. Providing it with a retractable top only increases its appeal to us. Though this vehicle is officially a “concept,” it seems destined for production.


Nissan IMS Concept
If this sharp-cornered, high-riding electric sedan signals the direction Nissan is planning to move in our semi-autonomous self-driving future, count us in. We’re especially fond of the gold/copper accents and chic cloth interior.


Subaru WRX STI S209
The WRX STi is a rally driving legend, the unleashed Mr. Hyde version of Subaru’s passion for creating vehicles capable of surmounting off-road obstacles. This high-test version has 341 hp and is limited to 200 units.


Toyota Supra
Toyota last sold a Supra in the U.S. 20 years ago, but the passion for the nameplate remains strong. This all-new, fifth-generation car carries on tradition with a straight-six engine, classic sports-car proportions, and a muscular design.

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