Ford Focus

11 January 2010

The US-spec Ford Focus never had the sales success of its European namesake, for obvious reasons: the ungainly vehicle always had the appearance of a spartan economy car that simply lacked the perceived quality of its European counterpart.

Mini Beachcomber

11 January 2010

Mini's product portfolio will double in the next two years as Coupe, Roadster and Crossover vehicles are added to its existing Hatchback, Convertible and Clubman models.

Audi A8

11 January 2010

The Audi A8 shown at the NAIAS in Detroit was only one of only three production debuts at the show, but the A8 actually made its first public appearance at an exclusive event in Miami late last year.

Audi E-Tron Detroit

11 January 2010

This is the third time Audi has affixed the E-Tron nomenclature to a concept car, but while the previous concepts seen at the Frankfurt and Los Angeles auto shows in 2009 showcased an electric powertrain in the shell of the Audi R8, the Detroit E-Tron is based on a shortened version of the R8 platform and its design has been reduced along with the exterior dimensions.

Honda CR-Z

11 January 2010

It's understandable to be confused given the number of similar-looking concepts shown over the last three years but Detroit 2010 finally saw the global production unveil of the Honda CR-Z coupe.

Cadillac XTS Platinum

11 January 2010

The XTS Platinum concept was a welcome reprieve from the doomsday reports citing the tough times GM has been forced to weather in the last year.

Chrysler 200C EV concept

25 January 2009

The 200C hybrid-electric sedan concept was one of the few surprises of NAIAS 2009.

Honda Insight

25 January 2009

From April 2009, the 2010 Honda Insight aims to start stealing environmentally focused customers from the Toyota Prius with prices set below that car and the current Honda Civic Hybrid.

Volvo S60 concept

25 January 2009

The S60 concept shown at the 2009 Detroit Auto Show has been produced to signal that a new S60 mid-size four-seater production sedan is on the way in 2010.

Volkswagen Concept BlueSport

25 January 2009

VW's Concept BlueSport was designed at the company's Potsdam studio under the supervision of VW design director Klaus Bischoff and Potsdam studio director Thomas Ingenlath, and is the brand's first attempt at a compact mid-engined roadster, measuring just 3990mm long, 1260mm high and 1745mm wide.

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