Detroit 2016 motor show
2016 North American International Auto Show, Detroit
NAIAS to kick off 2016
2 December 2015
The North American International Auto Show is done for another year, and as per
usual it provided motoring fans with a bunch of exciting future models and
Lexus' hulking LC500 coupe turned heads, with the 351kW V8 cutting a striking
figure on the showroom floor.
Honda, Nissan and Ford all showed off new pick-up concepts, however it looks as
though they won't join the thriving Aussie ute market.
And one of the biggest show-stoppers came from American boutique brand VLF
Automotive, who showed off its space-aged sports car concept called The Force
1, which uses the same 8.4-litre V10 used in the Dodge Viper.
Next on the calendar is the Chicago show, and for all the latest news and
concepts keep an eye on GoAuto.com.au.
The Detroit motor show is now just around the corner, and promises to showcase
some spectacular new cars from around the globe.
Porsche will reveal its new ballistic 911 Turbo and Turbo S, the latter of
which achieves a power output of a whopping 427kW.
Volvo's large premium sedan, the S90, will have its debut at Motown, bringing
for the first time a hybrid option which is said to put out 300kW.
And BMW will show off the baby of its M range, when it unveils the M2 Coupe.
Powered by a turbo inline six-cylinder engine, it can cover the 0-100km/h
sprint in just 4.5 seconds.
For all the latest news for the Detroit show, keep it locked on GoAuto.com.au.
Being the first event in the international auto show calendar, the Detroit show
influences what models and trends will be popular for the rest of the year, and
2016 is set to be no different.
One model that will make its debut at North American International Auto Show
(NAIAS) 2016 is the fire-breathing BMW M2 coupe, which will represent the most
affordable M-badged car in the BMW stable.
For all the latest news leading up to and during the Detroit show, keep an eye
Turbo touchdown: The new range of Porsche 911 Turbos will make their debut at Detroit.
Cars at the show: