In the American Detroit auto show has begun. Will last until January 27.
Among the highlights of the exhibition – electric vehicles. Them at the salon brought the world famous manufacturers. But no less popular cars on fuel. In particular, the exhibition brought sedans, pickups and crossovers.
The American company Ford showed off a new SUV Explorer. Car – the hybrid version. The machine can overcome 800 km with one full tank of petrol without refueling.
Brand Nissan unveiled a concept electric vehicle Nissan IMs. The novelty represents a new class of car elevated sports sedan. Combines the features of crossover and sedan. The machine features rear doors that open against the motion. Control can be manual or unmanned mode. All-wheel drive model equipped with 2 motors on front and rear axle. Their total power – 483 HP Built-in battery with a capacity of 115 kWh supports high-speed charging. The power reserve is 610 km.
Korean manufacturer Kia model showed Telluride. Develops 295 HP is paired with 8-speed hydromechanical “automatic”. The drive can be front or full.
Subaru brought to Detroit sedan WRX STI designation S209. The company is positioning the car as the most powerful production model in the history of the Japanese brand. Circulation machine – 200 copies. It will be available only in white or blue color.
A loaded sports coupe Lexus RC F is one of the main novelties of the Detroit brand. Acceleration provides a modified 5-litre petrol V8. He develops 479 HP To “hundreds” accelerates in 4.5 seconds.
Lexus RC F
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Infiniti QX Inspiration
Infiniti has revealed its first electric crossover. Chinese manufacturer GAC Motor was brought to Detroit for a 7 seater electric model Entranze. The novelty is positioned as a concept with a view to series production.
At the motor show of Detroit choose the best car of the year. Last year in the class of hatchbacks championship got a Honda Accord. Among the class of crossovers – the leader of the Volvo XC60. The best SUV Lincoln Navigator acknowledged.