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January 12 - January 25, 2015

The North American International Auto Show is held in Detroit every January. It is arguably the most important auto show in the world.

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2007 Ford Airstream Concept
2007 Detroit Auto Show

2007 Ford Airstream Concept

While increasingly cash-strapped Ford might be better served entering a partnership with Donald Trump or Warren Buffett--the Blue Oval could sure use the loot--we're glad they hooked up with Airstream for this funky-cool concept.
Erik B. Johnson
| Dec 15, 2006
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2007 Lincoln MKR Concept
2007 Detroit Auto Show

2007 Lincoln MKR Concept

Why it's one of our most significant: The front of this car has a giant grin on it for a reason: it's proud to be a big, in-your-face American muscle sedan. The exterior is what the upcoming MKS could have looked like had Peter Horbury taken charge of Lincoln
Erik B. Johnson
| Dec 15, 2006
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2007 Jaguar C-XF Concept
2007 Detroit Auto Show

2007 Jaguar C-XF Concept

For Jaguar sedan design, time stopped in the 1960s. Today's X-type and XJ sedans both follow in the tire tracks of the first XJ, which debuted in 1968, while the S-type apes the even older, early-'60s Jaguar Mark II. Design chief Ian Callum is determined to dr
Automobilemag
| Dec 14, 2006
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2007 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible Concept
2007 Detroit Auto Show

2007 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible Concept

Ever since the Chevrolet Camaro coupe concept broke cover to become the star of last year's Detroit show, interested observers have been wondering when a convertible would follow. Just as the current-generation Ford Mustang spawned a ragtop, it was simply inco
| Dec 14, 2006
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2007 Volvo XC60 Concept
2007 Detroit Auto Show

2007 Volvo XC60 Concept

The small premium crossover segment is growing seemingly every day-the Acura RDX and Land Rover LR2 being just a couple of the latest additions-and Volvo doesn't want to miss this cash cow. The XC60 concept previews a production model that will be available at
Automobilemag
| Dec 13, 2006
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2007 Mazda Ryuga Concept
2007 Detroit Auto Show

2007 Mazda Ryuga Concept

Ryuga means "gracious flow" in Japanese, and it also happens to be the name of the concept car that Mazda will be introducing at the 2007 Detroit auto show. Mazda's intention with the Ryuga is to further develop its concept vehicles' design language.
David Axberg
| Dec 13, 2006
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2007 Maserati Quattroporte Automatic
2007 Detroit Auto Show

2007 Maserati Quattroporte Automatic

Maserati will be revealing three new versions of its Quattroporte sedan at the 2007 Detroit auto show. The models differ from the current three models (Quattroporte, Quattroporte Sport GT, and Quattroporte Executive GT) only in that they finally have conventi
| Dec 08, 2006
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2007 Kia Kue Concept
2007 Detroit Auto Show

2007 Kia Kue Concept

Is Kia trying to out-sport the Infiniti FX45? It appears so-the Kue concept is so coupe-shaped that it looks like a donked-up Nissan 350Z with four doors. The unibody Kue rides on a 114-inch wheelbase with an overall length of 186 inches, with 22-inch chrome w
Automobilemag
| Dec 07, 2006
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2008 Lexus IS-F
2007 Detroit Auto Show

2008 Lexus IS-F

The speculation and hearsay is finally over. Lexus, having failed to match the basic BMW 3-series with the IS, is going straight for the big dog M3 with its new IS-F. Under the massively bulged hood you see here is a 5.0-liter beast of a V-8 engine putting out
| Dec 07, 2006
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2007 Honda Accord Coupe Concept
2007 Detroit Auto Show

2007 Honda Accord Coupe Concept

Why its one of our most significant: The Accord is one of the best-selling sedans in America, and this concept previews the next (and apparently much meaner-looking) generation of the car. The Camry just turned all Chris Bangle on us, and a great-looking, stro
Sam Smith
| Dec 05, 2006
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2008 Porsche Cayenne Base, S, and Turbo
2007 Detroit Auto Show

2008 Porsche Cayenne Base, S, and Turbo

This new set of Porsche Cayennes have more to offer than just bigger mouths. Behind the larger, gill-like front fascias, all three Cayennes---base, S, and Turbo---have new engines and suspension options. The new line of V-6 and V-8 engines all feature direct fue
| Dec 04, 2006
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2007 Kia Rondo
2007 Detroit Auto Show

2007 Kia Rondo

Until now, the Mazda 5 has had the compact minivan segment all to itself. Granted, it has always been a piece of the market that's been like mayonnaise on french fries--loved by Europeans but laughed at by most Americans. With gasoline prices so unpredictable,
Automobilemag
| Nov 30, 2006
2007 Ford Mustang Giugiaro Concept
2007 Detroit Auto Show

2007 Ford Mustang Giugiaro Concept

Horse-hide interior. Huge glass roof. Carbon-fiber fenders. Electrically operated scissor doors. Even if you forget about the voluptuously resculpted sheetmetal, it's clear this isn't a typical Mustang.
Erik B. Johnson
| Nov 28, 2006
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2007 Ford Explorer Hydrogen Fuel Cell SUV
2007 Detroit Auto Show

2007 Ford Explorer Hydrogen Fuel Cell SUV

"Oh yeah? We've got one too, and it's better!" -- Ford to Chevrolet at this year's Los Angeles auto show. A little while ago, Chevy announced their plans for a fleet of Equinox fuel-cell vehicles and also slapped a bowtie on the front of the previously GM-badg
| Nov 27, 2006
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2007 Jeep Trailhawk Concept
2007 Detroit Auto Show

2007 Jeep Trailhawk Concept

This year's Jeep concept is called the Trailhawk. Based on the Wrangler Unlimited chassis, important tidbits of information are that it's powered by a V-6 turbo-diesel; the cargo area is roofless with a fold down tailgate and sliding load floor drawer; and it
David Axberg
| Nov 22, 2006
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2007 Chrysler Nassau Concept
2007 Detroit Auto Show

2007 Chrysler Nassau Concept

Chrysler is finally taking the hint. The big, in-your-face, American-in-a-German-way 300C was the biggest hit the brand has had in years. Why not use the same formula again? Start with a luxurious German sedan, cut a few costs here and there, add a dash of Ame
| Nov 22, 2006
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