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Chevrolet Trax Redline Edition

last weekVehicles / Cars : TopSpeed

Chevrolet introduced the Trax subcompact crossover in 2012 at the Paris Auto Show, followed by a U.S. debut at the 2013 North American International Auto Show in Detroit. Essentially a Buick Encore with a few bowties scattered here and...Show More Summary

Vellum Venom: 2017 North American International Auto Show (Part II)

My long-standing personal vendetta against DLO FAIL — an internet-slang definition of black plastic “cheater panels” — takes center stage in this episode of Detroit Auto Show coverage. Consider this: if manufacturing and design teams...Show More Summary

I drove a Chinese-made Buick through the heart of Trump's America to the Detroit auto show (GM)

I love a long drive, preferring to hit the road every year to journey from suburban New Jersey, where I live, to Detroit for the North American International Auto Show. It ends up being two days of driving to cover the roughly 1,200 miles round trip. Show More Summary

2018 Kia Stinger

At the 2017 North American International Auto Show the new 2018 Kia Stinger was unveiled. I have to say it is more than just a fastback sports sedan. It is totally redefined. This is a very good grand touring car. This model looks a lot from Kia’s long-running GT Concept. It is a good sporty … The post 2018 Kia Stinger appeared first on CarsFeatured.

Why Driverless Cars Are Racing Full-Speed Ahead

Three of the most significant developments in the industry happened earlier this month. The 2017 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas and the North American International Auto Show in Detroit saw automakers new and old (and their suppliers) show off...

Take Two: Nissan Rogue Sport is the Right Idea with the Wrong Engine

last monthVehicles / Cars : TopSpeed

Our Ciprian Florea recently said the Nissan Rogue Sport unveiled at North American International Auto Show was a sign of “what’s wrong with the industry.” I disagree – mostly. I think the Nissan Rogue Sport – Qashqai to Nissan outside the U.S. Show More Summary

Vellum Venom: 2017 North American International Auto Show (Part I)

Car shows take Vellum Venom down a psychotropic styling journey: elaborate displays with brilliant interior design elements, dazzling lighting, stunning product specialists (if you’re into that gawking thing), free top-shelf crap everywhere...Show More Summary

Top 5 Cars And Attractions At NAIAS

last monthVehicles / Cars : AutomoBlog

There are auto shows and then there is the North American International Auto Show. Last year, there were 61 vehicle introductions at NAIAS, a majority of which were worldwide debuts. This year, AutoMobili-D for the Press and Industry Preview days highlighted the vehicles and technology of tomorrow, giving insight into how our future world may define mobility. […]

Two Years Later, Hyundai Still Won’t Confirm Santa Cruz Pickup Production

Two years have passed since Hyundai dropped the Santa Cruz Crossover Truck Concept at 2015’s North American International Auto Show. A small, stylish, affordable, diesel-powered trucklet? Give’er the green light, the internet says. Hyundai...Show More Summary

Chevy Brought a Life-Sized Lego Batmobile to the Detroit Auto Show

Chevrolet brought a lot of cool vehicles to the 2017 North American International Auto Show. The coolest — by far — was their life-sized Lego Batmobile. Sure, the restyled 2018 Traverse looked sharp. […] The post Chevy Brought a Life-Sized Lego Batmobile to the Detroit Auto Show appeared first on Geek.com.

Life-Size Lego Batman Batmobile Shows Up at the North American Auto Show

The North American International Auto Show got revved up over the weekend in Detroit, and Chevrolet came to the show prepared. Oh, sure, their cars were nice, but we’re talking Lego. At their exhibition space, Chevy took the covers off...Show More Summary

Chevrolet Unveils Life-Sized Lego Batmobile from Lego Batman Movie

Take a look at the full-sized LEGO Batmobile unveiled at the North American International Auto Show in connection with The LEGO Batman Movie.

The best of the rest from the 2017 North American International Auto Show

More emotional concepts, the last Viper, and some other little delights from Detroit.

Ford’s On-Demand Ride-Sharing Service Expanding To 8 New Cities

Ford's on-demand ride-sharing service Chariot will be expanding into 8 new cities this year, going by comments made by company execs at the recent North American International Auto Show Ford’s On-Demand Ride-Sharing Service Expanding...Show More Summary

Chevrolet Unveils Life-Size LEGO Batmobile

Debuting today at the North American International Auto Show, the 17-foot replica is part of a promotion for The LEGO Batman Movie. The post Chevrolet Unveils Life-Size LEGO Batmobile appeared first on CBR.com.

Chevy reveals Lego Batmobile at Detroit auto show

The Lego Batman Movie is just weeks away, and to add hype to what already looks like an epic movie, a life-sized Lego Batmobile has been unveiled.   Chevrolet revealed the creation on Saturday at the North American International Auto...Show More Summary

Volkswagen’s Last Kick at the Microbus Can: Maybe Call It a Crossover?

It seems that even Volkswagen executives realize you can’t keep showing off different variants of the same concept before the public grows weary of the tease. At the North American International Auto Show this week, visitors to Detroit feasted their eyes on the eleventy billionth latter-day VW Microbus concept, this time called the I.D. Show More Summary

2018 Lexus LS Makes Waves In Detroit

last monthVehicles / Cars : AutomoBlog

The Lexus LS sedan, the declarative answer to the question of “can the Japanese really compete in the luxury market” is getting a big update for 2018, and it just bowed at this year’s North American International Auto Show. The new company leader is longer and lower than the outgoing model and rides on an […]

I went to the 2017 Detroit auto show and saw a lot more than just cool cars

Yes, first and foremost, auto shows are about cars. At the 2017 Detroit auto show — officially known as the North American International Auto Show — I saw plenty of those. Concept cars. New cars. Old cars. Plus SUVs and pickups. But that wasn't all I saw. Have a closer look — the Detroit auto show runs through Jan. Show More Summary

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