The 2015 Detroit North American International Auto Show has been a pretty good one, to say the least. We’ve seen two brand new supercars, and a host of other special new models rolled out. It might seem like we’re repeating ourselves, but it really is good to see the US car industry returning to form. Here are our photo highlights from this week:
Audi Q7 in blue; like the leaked promo photos.
Revised BMW M6, looking more like the M4
The X6 M – not made better by being blue
Buick’s stunning Avenir concept
Cadillac had two V models on display; this is the ATS Coupe
And this is the crazy 640 bhp CTS-V
Spider version of the Alfa 4C
The revised Chevrolet Volt made its debut
No, no, we’re sure the design of the Chevrolet Bolt EV has NOTHING to do with the BMW i3
Dodge Ram Rebel: not intended to be a F150 Raptor rival, apparently.
And the F-150 Raptor
Shelby GT350R Mustang
Featured already on ESM this week, the Acura NSX.
Slightly left field, but Hyundai’s Santa Cruz pickup concept is quite cool
Not bad looking; the Infiniti Q60 Concept
Lexus continues the the trend of painting ‘F’ models blue
Still doing the rounds; the Maserati Alfieri concept
Merc’s GLE 63 AMG
Huge Nissan Titan XD
Want a Porsche 911 GTS but don’t want a coupe? Have a Targa instead
Another familiar face: the Toyota FT-1 concept
Toyota Tundra looking ready to hit the trail
Light tone for the VW Cross Coupe GTE
An alternative to 4×4 coupes? A 4×4 saloon; thank you Volvo for the S60 Cross Country
No brown for the Volvo XC90
Check back soon for our analysis of the key trends at Detroit this year.