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This year’s Detroit Auto Show is shaping up to be one of the largest in recent memory in terms of product reveals.

Major debuts include the new Chevy Volt, Nissan Titan, Toyota Tacoma, Cadillac CTS-V, Acura NSX, Honda FCV Concept, Hyundai Sonata Hybrid, Infiniti Q60 concept, Lexus GS-F, Audi Q7, Mercedes GLE and two new products from Buick including a crossover and a convertible. Some other reveals are still a mystery, but we expect to see a huge performance announcement from Ford, including the introduction of the Focus RS to North America, as well as a possible Raptor successor and even a new flagship sports car!
Read more about the 2015 Detroit Auto Show Preview at AutoGuide.com.
 

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Whoa, a new Buick convertible? I had not heard about that at all. And I assume their new crossover will be the midsize envision. Also... shouldn't the new Pilot be revealed soon?
 

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Whoa, a new Buick convertible? I had not heard about that at all. And I assume their new crossover will be the midsize envision. Also... shouldn't the new Pilot be revealed soon?
It's the Opel Cascada that's coming to the US for Buick.



But I would really like to see a return of the Sky or Solstice.

 

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Seems like a mild year for Ford at the Autoshow, no major unveilings although there are plenty of new things to look at since the last show. Hopefully Lincoln has the MKX, that's all I really care bout right now. The Lincoln press conference is on Tuesday along with Caddy and Lexus. Wouldn't it be funny if Caddy, Lexus, and MKX all unveiled their midsize Crossovers one after the other. It's possible some of these unveilings will wait for New York, especially the SRX since Caddy is now based in New York. If MKX isn't announced this month then I'm just going to grab a Jeep Grand Cherokee, ha.
 

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Seems like a mild year for Ford at the Autoshow, no major unveilings although there are plenty of new things to look at since the last show. Hopefully Lincoln has the MKX, that's all I really care bout right now. The Lincoln press conference is on Tuesday along with Caddy and Lexus. Wouldn't it be funny if Caddy, Lexus, and MKX all unveiled their midsize Crossovers one after the other. It's possible some of these unveilings will wait for New York, especially the SRX since Caddy is now based in New York. If MKX isn't announced this month then I'm just going to grab a Jeep Grand Cherokee, ha.
It's coming to Detroit....(Jose found our first image :clap:)

 
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