The British premium automobile manufacturer, MINI has strengthened the progressive character and appeal of its models in the small car segment with a stylishly refined visual appearance and extensive technological advancements with a MINI Cooper Hardtop 2 Door variant, a MINI Cooper
Honda will use next month’s 2018 North American International Auto Show in Detroit to present its 2019 Insight. Though officially a prototype, the version we’ll be treated with shows the final design direction Honda is taking with its new Insight.
Building hype for its official debut at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Michigan next month, Jeep just released a few pictures of the all-new 2019 Jeep Cherokee. Being the brand’s most popular model and one of the best-selling
Toyota will introduce a revamped Avalon full-size car at the Detroit auto show in January at a time when sales of big cars are falling as U.S. buyers continue their shift toward SUVs. The Michigan-designed Avalon will arrive in showrooms in the
Volkswagen just released sketches of the 2019 Jetta, ahead of its Detroit auto show debut next month. While these might be just drawings, they give us a pretty good look of what to expect from the final production car. The Jetta’s
Lexus is bringing a new crossover SUV concept to the 2018 Detroit Auto Show and we can only wonder why. There’s no big surprise, considering the boom the SUV space has seen recently. In fact, SUVs are constantly evolving and
On an open stretch of floor at Cobo Center, an escalator lies waiting to be installed, wooden crates marked “Ford” stand like sentries, semi-trailers are unloaded, and workers install the trusses that will eventually transform the lighting of the large hall into
The North American International Auto Show plans to expand its mobility and technology showcase, Automobili-D, to the public next year with a focus on talent recruitment. Roger Curtis, director of the Michigan Department of Talent and Economic Development, disclosed the
I remember, early in my career, the excitement of the Detroit auto show. The anticipation, the adrenaline, wondering who would unveil what. But like Christmas, the Detroit show is starting to feel routine and predictable. Is it just me? Jaded?