As the stage is set for the 2015 edition of Detroit auto show, the automobile industry is expecting a stylish and healthy mega event accompanied by variety of high-speed cars and other vehicles from various auto companies.
The North American International Auto Show, which opens on Monday included with two days of press conferences, will display more than 500 cars, crossovers, trucks and other vehicles this year.
Among the vehicles that are set to see their launches at the mega auto show are: Acura’s highly anticipated mid-engine NSX sports car, a high-performance Lexus GS-F sedan, a 640-horsepower Cadillac CTS-V, an exotic mid-engine coupe similar to Ford GT, Toyota’s long-awaited 2016 Tacoma pickup, a brand new Chevrolet Colorado GMC Canyon in the midsize segment and Nissan’s all-new Titan full-size truck along with a Cummins diesel V-8.
Auto giant Ford has so far not revealed what are its introductions, but the industry sources expect a new aluminum-bodied F-150 Raptor pickup in Detroit show.
“The domestics are the healthiest they have been since I started covering the industry 20 years ago. I think they are feeling very confident and good about themselves, and you can see it in what they’re bringing to the show,” said Karl Brauer, senior analyst at Kelley Blue Book.
The Detroit show is expected to witness launch of at least one major green vehicle, a restyled Chevrolet Volt extended-range electric sedan that will offer improved range and performance.
Cars like the Volt will be struggling for attention for its slinky concepts like the Infiniti Q60. On the other hand, the chiseled new Toyota Tacoma will also be unveiled early Monday afternoon.