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Detroit Auto Show 2013

 
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New User | Posts: 7 | Joined: 02/13
Posted: 02/22/13
06:36 AM

The Detroit Auto Show 2013 was held in Detroit from January 14th till 15th. The top 10 must-see vehicles were 2013 Honda Civic, Tesla Model X, Lincoln MKC, Shelby GT 500, BMW i8 Spyder Plug-in Hybrid concept, Acura NSX concept, 2014 Cadillac ELR, 2013 SRT Viper, Ford Atlas (F-150) concept, 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray. Here at the Detroit Auto Show, BMW is showing off the new entry-level 320i that will join the 3 Series lineup this spring, and rather than bringing added performance or efficiency, this car is boasting affordability above all. Volkswagen looks to be getting ready to jump into the large three-row crossover game. The automaker has officially pulled back the curtain on the CrossBlue Concept at the 2013 Detroit Auto Show. MKC Concept is the real fresh start for Lincoln.
There's nothing wrong with the Fisker Karma that a honkin' American V8 engine won't fix. This year's award for best production vehicle design went to the 2014 Cadillac ELR. The award for best concept design was actually split as a tie among the Nissan Resonance and Ford Atlas concepts. The Eyes on Design organization also presented a new honor this year called the Catalyst Award to Bob Lutz, former Vice Chairman of General Motors.
The first automotive expo of 2013 turned out to be quite a good one, with 5 debut appearances -  2014 Mercedes-Benz CLA, VL Automotive Destino, Ford Atlas Concept, 2014 Cadillac ELR, 2014 Chevrolet C7 Corvette Stingray.
For more details on the Detroit Show 2013, read here http://www.autoblog.com/detroit-auto-show.

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