Here’s a look at the complete time-table of all the major events scheduled to take place today. Starting today at the North American International Auto Show, one will get a glimpse of some of the most amazing innovations made to date. Take a look.
According to a report by Detroit News, Chevrolet is going to take the stage to launch the brand new 2019 Silverado – the first redesigned vehicle since the time its competitor Ford F-150 went all-aluminum.
The Gallery of ultra-luxury automobiles from the likes of Aston Martin, Porsche, Lamborghini, Bentley, Ferrari and others will be showcased at Cobo – an open event with possible dinner.
AutoMobili-D, the second annual exposition on the emerging aspects of autos and high-technology, begins at Cobo.
Elaine Chao, secretary of the Department of Transportation, will take the stage to talk about innovations and the automobile industry.
Ford is expected to take the wraps off the latest Ford Ranger. It is rumored to be a mid-sized pick-up that will be reintroduced after over six years as the line-up was discontinued back in 2011.
Volkswagen is expected to introduce its latest Jetta compact sedan – which is pretty much, the world’s best-selling car. Along with them, Mercedes will take the wraps off their AMG CLS53 hybrid sedan, the two-door AMG E53 Coupe and Cabriolet, and an updated G-Class.
This is when the North American Car and Utility and Truck of the Year Awards are going to be announced, with three finalists already in each of the categories.
Fiat Chrysler unveils the new Ram 1500.
Nissan is expected to show a big three-row concept vehicle, the X-Motion.
Hyundai premieres the next-generation Veloster.
Toyota rolls out an all-new Avalon sedan.
The U.S. gets its first look at the 641-horsepower Lamborghini SUV.