Infiniti Bringing High Performance Ev To Detroit Auto Show

Infiniti Bringing High Performance EV to Detroit Auto Show

Infiniti will bring a high-performance EV to the Detroit auto show. 

Infiniti’s chief of design, Alfonso Albaisa, confirmed the automaker’s plans to show a new EV in Detroit in a recent interview with Autocar. The mystery EV will be an all-new model and won’t be based on an existing vehicle, he said. Interestingly, he also said the concept will incorporate aspects of the vintage-look Prototype 9 EV concept, saying it will use parts of that car “in a different context.”

Nissan's Chris Reed Anchors Kickoff "fireside Chat" At First-ever Technology In Motion Exhibition In Detroit

Nissan's Chris Reed anchors kickoff

DETROIT – Nissan Technical Center North America Vice President Chris Reed was the featured speaker today in the opening event of the inaugural Technology in Motion Exhibition in downtown Detroit. In a far-ranging "fireside chat" moderated by Automotive News Executive Editor Jason Stein, Reed discussed how the all-new second-generation Nissan LEAF is the embodiment of Nissan Intelligent Mobility – Intelligent Driving, Intelligent Power and Intelligent Integration.

The 2018 LEAF goes on sale at Nissan dealers nationwide in early 2018.  The new LEAF made its global debut yesterday and offers an aerodynamic exterior, roomy high-tech interior and advanced technologies including ProPILOT™ Assist and e-Pedal. The new LEAF features an estimated 150-mile driving range and an announced starting MSRP2 of $29,990.

2017 Detroit Auto Show: 2018 Toyota Nascar Camry

2017 Detroit Auto Show: 2018 Toyota NASCAR CamryToyota is really excited about its participation in NASCAR, despite a connection to its consumer cars thinner than the decals that identify it as a Camry. Disbelief in the branding fiction aside, the restyled stock car will race this year and try to protect its 2016 manufacturer's championship.

2017 Detroit Auto Show: 2018 Toyota Camry

2017 Detroit Auto Show: 2018 Toyota CamryEven as SUVs and crossovers are taking a bite out of sedan sales, the Toyota Camry still managed to be the best-selling vehicle in 2016 without a truck bed. Impressive, given that it was in the seventh and final year of its current design. And doubly so considering that it was design that was never exactly at the forefront of style, innovation or, critically, the midsize sedan pack.

2017 Detroit Auto Show: Nissan Brings The Qashqai To The Us

2017 Detroit Auto Show: Nissan brings the Qashqai to the USFor 2017 the Nissan Rogue not only received a refresh and a new hybrid powertrain, it gets a little brother in the guise of the five-passenger Rogue Sport. In truth, this is an imported Qashqai, made legal and spiffy for our shores. Built on the Renault-Nissan common modular family architecture, the Rogue Sport's wheelbase is just 2.3 inches shorter than the Rogue's; however, the Rogue Sport's overall length shrinks by 12.1 inches versus the larger SUV, and is three inches more compact than the Versa Sedan. Stance doesn't suffer, the Rogue Sport is almost as wide as the midsized Rogue, with bodywork accentuated by plentiful sheetmetal creases.

2017 Detroit Auto Show: 2018 Honda Odyssey Photos

2017 Detroit Auto Show: 2018 Honda Odyssey PhotosHonda has remade its long-running Odyssey minivan with the connected generation and their offspring in mind. The 2018 Odyssey launches this spring with features that help up to eight passengers talk to each other – or more likely zone out and stream web videos.

2017 Detroit Auto Show: Nissan Vmotion 2.0 Concept Photo Update

2017 Detroit Auto Show: Nissan Vmotion 2.0 conceptIf you reconfigured a Nissan Maxima for work inside the digital code of Tron: Legacy, you'd end up with the Vmotion 2.0 concept. Created to showcase the evolution of Nissan's design language and the automaker's aspirations for autonomous cars, the Vmotion 2.0 exaggerates many brand features we're familiar with today.

2017 Detroit Auto Show: 2018 Lexus Ls

2017 Detroit Auto Show: 2018 Lexus LSWhen considering that the Lexus LC 500 made it to production virtually unchanged from concept form, it was reasonable to think that the LS would similarly follow suit. Especially when the LS shares the LC's GA-L platform. Unfortunately, it didn't pan out that way.

2017 Detroit Auto Show: All-new 2018 Honda Odyssey Minivan

2017 Detroit Auto Show: All-New 2018 Honda Odyssey MinivanHonda today took the wraps off a sleek, sophisticated and innovative new 2018 Odyssey minivan, launching at dealerships nationwide this spring. Already the most popular minivan with individual American car buyers for seven years running, the next-generation Odyssey brings a host of new features and technologies for 2018, including a uniquely versatile new Magic Slide™ second-row seat; new CabinWatch and CabinTalk technologies; new Display Audio touchscreen with Honda-developed OS; 4G LTE Wi-Fi connectivity; new Rear Entertainment System with streaming video; and Honda Sensing™ safety and driver-assistive technologies, now offered standard on EX and above trims.

2017 Detroit Auto Show: Nissan Vmotion 2.0 Concept

2017 Detroit Auto Show: Nissan Vmotion 2.0 concept Nissan today signaled the future direction of the company's sedan design direction and intelligent-mobility technology with the world debut of the Nissan Vmotion 2.0 concept at the 2017 North American International Auto Show. The Vmotion 2.0 concept combines a high sense of style, emotional design, space, comfort and technology to make the mobility experience seamless for busy professionals.

Update: Lexus Prepping All-new Ls, Ux Concept For Detroit

Update: Lexus Prepping All-New LS, UX Concept For DetroitWith just a few days left until the 2017 Detroit Auto Show opens its gates, Lexus has announced its premieres for the event.
Teased in a sketch that partially reveals its front end and chassis, the new generation LS celebrates its world premiere in Detroit, 28 years after the first model was shown.

2017 Detroit Auto Show: Lexus Debuts New Exhibit Design

2017 Detroit Auto Show: Lexus Debuts New Exhibit DesignLexus will debut a new auto show exhibit in Detroit’s Cobo Center at the 2017 North American International Auto Show, which takes place January 8-22. The new design showcases the Lexus brand’s hallmark craftsmanship, quality and safety while giving visitors an immersive experience.