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The annual North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) is currently taking place in Detroit, and the 2018 extravaganza is loaded with compelling trucks, SUVs, and yes, even a few cars.
GAC Motor, the Chinese automaker that plans to sell models here in the United States in late 2019, unveiled an extreme, futuristic Enverge SUV Concept with gull-wing doors in Detroit this week.
Acura is returning to a profile that includes performance and sporty variants, as Honda Motor's premium brand plans to introduce a new turbocharged V-6 engine and bring back Type-S sports variants for all core models in the near future.
The 2019 Jeep Cherokee receives a new engine choice, minor interior changes, improved utility, and a next-generation infotainment system. It goes on sale in the spring of 2018.
In Detroit, this week, Nissan gave the press a look at what may be the future Rogue or Pathfinder on steroids in the form of its Xmotion Concept SUV.
Mercedes-AMG, high-performance division of Mercedes-Benz, will add three 53-series sporty, performance variants of the 2019 CLS Sedan, E-Class Coupe and Cabriolet this year.
Small, energetic, and aggressive, the redesigned 2019 Hyundai Veloster is the automotive equivalent of a Jack Russell Terrier. If come upon one, don’t dismiss it as cute, especially if it has an “N” badge on it.
Lexus revealed a glimpse of a future premium flagship SUV with the debut of the LF-1 Limitless Concept at this week’s previews at the 2018 Detroit Auto Show.
Chevrolet, General Motors’ flagship bow-tie brand, announced this week that consumers finally can place orders for the 2018 Camaro Hot Wheels 50th Anniversary Edition midsize sporty car on Feb. 1 at Chevrolet dealerships.
During the past week, Ford Motor Company (Ford), Mercedes-Benz USA (Mercedes), and Nissan North America (Nissan) recalled a total of just over 4,100 light passenger vehicles, from the 2006 and 2016-2018 model years.