Here we have the 2013 Detroit Auto Show in a few words

Posted on Thursday, 17 January 2013 , 08:01:02 byEmil

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Here we have the 2013 Detroit Auto Show in a few words

We will have the opportunity to see some of the most amazing cars starting this next Saturday as the 2013 edition of the North American International Auto Show begins. A lot of Asian and European models will present their latest achievements, but we will try to make a brief presentation of the most important offerings for this year.

First on our list is the 7th generation Corvette, a model that managed to impress with its technology and performance. Next we had the opportunity to find out different things about the Cadillac ELR, a model developed by GM, a model that looks incredible. Nothing is for sure, but the carmaker might set a starting price of $60.000 for it. American manufacturer Ford revealed the Atlas concept, a model that will make it into production as the next F-Series pickup. Here we also have to mention the MKZ saloon and the MKC crossover concept. We also had the opportunity to see the all-new Maserati Quattroporte for the first time. In conclusion, the European premium brands had the higher impact.

The Germans from Mercedes-Benz have offered the CLA saloon at a special event in Detroit and the Bavarians from BMW offered the 4-Series Concept also known as the 3-Series Coupe. Here we also have to mention the M6 Gran Coupe. When it comes to Audi we have to remind you of the RS7 Sportback and the SQ5 crossover as well. In terms of Japanese achievements, Lexus presented the IS and Infiniti their Q50 sports sedan which will have a lot of problems with the well known rival, the 3-Series. Acura premiered the 2014 MDX Prototype and the NSX Concept II and Toyota came with the Furia Concept. Finally we also have to mention the Nissan Resonance from Japan. Bob Lutz developed the VIAX-TRUCK, a model capable of generating 800 horsepower. Hyundai revealed the HCD-14 Genesis concept and the Fisker revealed their Karma. Please check out the gallery below for more visual aids.