Volkswagen has revealed its 2019 Jetta at the Detroit Auto Show. The all new Jetta will get a new techy package for the 2018 year. It will be built on the MQB platform and will feature a digital cockpit with driver assistance features. Here is more coverage of NAIAS 2018.
After several years studying abroad, the Ford Ranger is finally coming home to the States, more capable and more refined than ever. This isn't just a rehash of the same old formula. Ford is bringing the midsize Ranger sold in the rest of the world since 2011 to us. Since the return was announced last year, there's been a ton of speculation about the truck. Well, here it is in all its glory. (Meanwhile, we couldn't wait for the new Ford Ranger, so we went to New Zealand to drive one.)
Like a rock. A big, steel rock. With some aluminum. And a diesel engine. 2018 is going to be a big year for Chevrolet. To help kick off the 100th anniversary of GM trucks, the automaker revealed the full details of the all-new 2019 Chevy Silverado 1500 just ahead of the Detroit Auto Show.
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The 2019 Ford Mustang Bullitt will be available this summer. It builds off of an awesome heritage and adds more power. Pricing will be available soon. Here is our story on the 2018 Bullitt Mustang. And here is our story on the original 1968 Bullitt Mustang movie car, which has been found after 40 years and is on display alongside its namesake. More coverage of NAIAS 2018 is here.
XL, XL Chrome, STX, XLT, XLT Chrome, XLT Sport, Lariat, Lariat Chrome, and Lariat Sport. The gang's all here!
Kawasaki resurrects its futuristic three-wheeled, transforming, electric Concept J motorcycle in promo video.
The Ford Ranger mid-size pickup is returning. It's been seven years since American shoppers could purchase Ranger but Ford is bringing it back. Production will begin on Ranger in late 2018. Ranger will feature a 2.3-L EcoBoost engine with a 10-speed automatic transmission. For more coverage of the NAIAS 2018 head over to https://www.autoblog.com/detroit-auto-show/
The Ram is all new for 2018. The 1500 will come in two engine versions, a 3.6-liter V6 and a 5.7-liter V8. An eTorque system will add an extra 90 pound-feet of torque in the V6 and 130 in the V8. And it will get a massive 12-inch touchscreen. For more coverage of the NAIAS 2018 head over to https://www.autoblog.com/detroit-auto-show/
Ford announced that the Edge SUV will get an ST version. The Edge ST will have an output of 335 horsepower and 380 pound-feet of torque. This is Ford’s first SUV to get the ST badge. For more coverage of the 2018 Detroit Auto Show head over to https://www.autoblog.com/detroit-auto-show/
The 2019 Hyundai Veloster and Veloster Turbo are here. Continuing the two-plus-one door layout, the Veloster features a few new upgrades including a new grille. For more coverage of the NAIAS 2018 head over to https://www.autoblog.com/detroit-auto-show/
Acura reintroduced the 3rd gen RDX at the Detroit Auto Show. The RDX will take design cues from Acura's Precision Concept. Acura's RDX will launch mid 2018. For more coverage of the NAIAS 2018 head over to https://www.autoblog.com/detroit-auto-show/
Ford’s iconic pickup, the F-150, is getting a 3.0-liter turbocharged V6 diesel engine. The engine will give the F-150 a power output of 250 horsepower with 440 pound-feet of torque. The truck will get an expected 30 miles per-gallon. For more coverage of the NAIAS 2018 head over to https://www.autoblog.com/detroit-auto-show/
"With great power comes responsibility."
The third generation of the Honda Insight makes its debut at the NAIAS 2018 but some details of the electric vehicle have emerged prior to the reveal. The new Insight will feature a 1.5-liter Atkinson-cycle engine paired with an electric motor and lithium-ion battery pack. Honda says the Insight will operate solely under electric power in most situations, with the engine acting as a generator when necessary.For more coverage of the NAIAS 2018 head over to https://www.autoblog.com/detroit-auto-sh
Toyota announced on Monday a self-driving electric concept vehicle that it will tailor for companies to use for tasks like ride hailing and package delivery, underscoring how automakers are no longer simply building cars but also providing services to go with them.