Articles about Detroit Auto Show

More Z4 engines mean more affordable Supras, and an awkward clash with the 86
Will this combination work?
What are the first few sensations that come to mind when someone attaches the word 'sports' to anything on four wheels?Off the top of our heads? The weight of the steering wheel as you turn a corner at speed, the surge
The massive SUV was “designed to be an ST from the beginning”
This is the Ford Explorer ST. It produces 400hp and tops out at 230kph. Belief, consider yourself very much suspended.It was, says Ford Performance boss Ed Krenz, "designed to be an ST from the beginning." Which means from the very beginning,
Because of increasingly stringent emissions laws
Much has happened since Lexus first launched the RC F. Countless iterations of the BMW M4. A new, quite bombastic Mercedes-AMG C63, and a new, slightly less bombastic Audi RS5. Time for a wee bit of a freshen-up, then, to
The true hype beast
Finally. You can now at last drink in the looks of the Supra. Or, to use its official full name for the first and possibly last time, the Toyota GR Supra. The real production Supra. Was ever a car more teased and
Just a concept but it looks production-ready
Come for the Supra, stay for the LC Convertible. That appears to be Toyota and Lexus's thinking when it comes to next week's Detroit motor show. Not content with the Supra's much-hyped comeback stealing the show, there's
The show won’t be all about the Supra
Think the Toyota Supra will have things all its own way at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit next week? Well, it probably will. But those of a Japanese-performance-car persuasion might have their heads turned by the star
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