2019 Detroit Auto Show: 5 Future Cars Hitting Dealership Lots
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In Detroit, the North American International Auto Show is like New York Fashion Week for automakers. Since 1907, the Detroit auto show has been the staple event of the auto industry, garnering more than 40,000 industry professionals and showcasing the latest, cutting-edge car technology from around the world. This year’s show will take place January 19-27, at the COBO Hall convention center in Downtown Detroit.
If you’re a car dealer attending the Detroit auto show this year, here are some upcoming models and concepts you can look forward to seeing:
- Infiniti Crossover Concept
Infiniti is expected to unveil a battery-electric crossover concept at this year’s Detroit show. According to an AutoWeek article, the crossover will follow up on the Q Inspiration concept that was featured at the 2018 Detroit show, a luxury sedan concept with a coupe-like profile.
- 2020 Toyota Supra
Toyota’s new Supra sports car, which will be released in 2020, is set to make its debut at the Detroit auto show this year. Its features include rear-wheel drive, four-piston Brembo brakes and the ability to hit 60 mph in under five seconds.
- Cadillac XT6 Crossover
Cadillac confirmed it will be unveiling its new XT6 three-row crossover at the 2019 Detroit Auto Show, and it is expected to enter dealership showrooms around mid-year.
- 2020 Volkswagen Passat
Last month, Volkswagen teased its 2020 Passat sedan, which is also set to debut at the Detroit show. The new model features an updated exterior with sculpted and creased sheet metal.
- Ford GT500
Ford will be making a special debut of its new GT500 model, set to release in 2020. They haven’t revealed much, so we’ll just have to wait to see it at the show!
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