Crazy doors, a wooden floor and a fish tank for an arm rest; thanks for the memories, GAC.
Volvo brings its long-wheelbase S60L to the 2015 Detroit Auto Show and gives it the luxed-up Inscription treatment while it's at it.
Lincoln has introduced its next-generation of its MKX crossover at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show, with a 2.7-liter EcoBoost at its heart.
Infiniti's Q60 Concept has some gorgeous design details once you start looking at it closely, and the brand promises production of a version of the shape next year. Under the hood, lies the brand's 3.0-liter, twin-turbocharged V6 that is coming in the next two years.
Meet the 200-mile-per-hour, supercharged, four-door sedan that isn't named Hellcat.
Lexus has just unveiled its 467-hp GS F to the masses at Detroit, and while it might be down on power compared to its rivals, its weight advantage is notable.
With its bright Sunrise Yellow paint, the 2015 Subaru XV Crosstrek Special Edition is an easy model to spot on the floor of the 2015 Detroit Auto Show. Beyond the exclusive color, Subie's crossover gets a seven-inch touchscreen, all-weather package and a power moonroof. Get an order in quick though, because Subaru is only making 1,000 of these limited models with deliveries starting in the spring.
GMC murders out the Canyon midsize pickup and bundles it with optional extras into the Nightfall Edition at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show.
Volvo has revived the lifted sedan with its new S60 Cross Country, which is 2.5 inches taller than the standard sedan, making for a formidable winter vehicle.
If ever there was a case of a car that looks better in pictures, the Mercedes-Benz F 015 Luxury in Motion is it.
The Volvo XC90 R-Design at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show is covered in some gorgeous satin blue paint to cover its more aggressive front and rear design. However, the interior offers luxurious comfort with a mix of Nubuck and Nappa leather upholstery and upgraded trim. This is the XC90 for the driver who wants a touch of sport from their Swede.
Porsche knows that to keep up, a model has to keep evolving. For the latest 2015 evolution of the Cayenne Turbo S on display at the Detroit Auto Show, it now packs integral turbos housed directly in the exhaust manifolds. The move allows power to grow to 562 horsepower and 590 pound-feet of torque, while shedding a half-second off the sprint to 60. The German brand also claims that the improved version can lap the Nurburgring Nordschleife in a blink less than eight minutes.
The 2016 Audi Q7 made its global debut at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show, riding atop the Volkswagen Group's MLB platform, which has helped trim 700 pounds of fat.
Volkswagen brought out its third preview of its eventual production crossover with the Cross Coupe GTE Concept, a plug-in, all-wheel-drive five-passenger CUV.
The luxury crossover coupe isn't always the most loved auto segment in terms of styling, but Mercedes-Benz clearly sees room there to grow. The company's new GLE Coupe shows a new take on the styling to challenge the established BMW X6. Whether buyers opt for the GLE450 or GLE63, they get a mountain of power from either a twin-turbo V6 or V8, respectively, with 4Matic all-wheel drive. They're both on display at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show.
The Acura NSX sports heavily tweaked styling for its latest debut at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show. With a huge number of slashes, ducts, intakes and even a flying buttress in the C-pillar, the styling doesn't so much channel the air as bend it to the designer's will. In addition, the latest version sports a longitudinally mounted, twin-turbo V6 with a three-motor hybrid setup that powers all four wheels. Unfortunately, the Japanese brand is still keeping some very important specs for now.