The Detroit Auto Show is perhaps one of the most looked-forward-to automobile events in the industry at the moment. The world is known to look for automobile trends, especially in terms of auto design and innovation, at the event. This year’s Detroit Auto Show is scheduled to take place next week. The event is shaping up to be a fair balance between SUVs, cars, pickups, and crossovers.
Major automobile manufacturers are working towards showcasing their latest innovation, in hopes of attracting the attention of the most. Many of these companies have even already announced the models. While the others are expected to be unveiled directly at the event. As noted by USA Today, the car line-up at the upcoming Detroit Auto Show is expected to become more daring than ever before. Following given is the line-up to look out for at the show:
Infiniti Q Inspiration
Infiniti Q Inspiration is Nissan’s luxury offering. The company it appears has decided to ditch the traditional car design in the favor of the modern-day look. The car features a four-door sedan look with an arched rooftop. The interior space is long, cabin-like and premium.
BMW i8 convertible
One of the best offerings to look out for from the side of BMW is i8 convertible. It falls in the sports car category for those looking to purchase a luxury vehicle. It carries numerous environmental-friendly features that keep your conscience at peace.
Volkswagen ended up selling over 115,000 Jettas sometime last year, the information by Auto Data reveals. The company is sure at getting its compact car line-up perfected with the same. “VW’s clean Euro styling could again hold the upper hand for Jetta, which in the past has excelled with a youthful following,” notes USA Today.
Automobile manufacturer Honda has breathed new life into its Insight hybrid line-up. The renewed version looks more premium than ever before. According to a report published by CNET, the company promises to deliver 50-plus miles per gallon with its latest Insight offering. The prototype of the vehicle is expected to be showcased at the Detroit Auto Show next week.