The North American International Auto Show (NAIAS), or otherwise known as the Detroit Motor Show, is held annually in mid-January.
This year, it will be open to the public from Jan 18 to 26.
In 2014, the show held at the giant Cobo Centre in the heart of Motor City’s downtown area will feature upcoming models from several car manufacturers, including Volvo, Ford, Honda, Audi, Lamborghini and BMW, among many others.
Audi has confirmed its three-door Crossover coupe concept, and is also expected to be debuting the Q1 concept as the first of the 11 all-new models to be added to the range.
Industry experts say Audi’s Crossover concept will most likely give an insight into the future design direction for the brand’s next-generation road cars.
BMW will be displaying five new or facelifted models, with the M3 saloon and M4 coupe taking centrestage, both powered by a 3.0-litre twin-turbocharged six-cylinder engine developing 424bhp.
Alongside the M3 and M4, BMW will also be showing off the 2 Series as well as the facelifted X1 and Z4.
Meanwhile, Japanese manufacturer Toyota has confirmed that there will be a performance concept at Detroit, and it’s expected that this will be the successor to the Supra, in the form of a concept at the show.
Its luxury division, Lexus, will also be unveiling the RC-F coupe, expected to be powered by a 5.0-litre V8 engine producing around 455hp.
Volvo will also be showcasing the Concept XC Coupe at Detroit, said to most probably influence the design of the upcoming XC90.
We at Cars, Bikes, Trucks are looking forward for the show to begin so we can share with you the many more models on display in Detroit.
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