Showstoppers at the Detroit Auto Show
|   Sunday, January 20, 2013
With over 50 vehicles, designed by different car makers from across the world, making its debut at the Detroit Auto Show this week, people have a lot to choose from. Some of the vehicles were for the trendy while some others were performance oriented. A range of SUVs, crossovers, hatchbacks, sedans, coupes, wagons etc has been showcased and people are waiting for the vehicles to be available at the nearest showrooms.

Honda has unveiled the Urban SUV Concept and the aggressive and extrovert look of the vehicle makes it a practical choice for many.
Honda has the perfect ingredients to make this vehicle a successful one and they have a lot to work on before the vehicle has been perfected. Lincoln was also quite active this time and the MKC really managed to leave an impression on all who viewed the vehicle.

The MKC has the looks and features of a traditional SUV and a rare elegance that is missing in most modern SUVs. The design team had been instructed closely to design a traditional SUV and that is exactly what the Lincoln MKC has managed to achieve. The vehicle however sports the latest chrome grille and vinyl works have been done away with for the general good of the design.

Volkswagen has launched the new Cross Blue Concept and the production model is expected to be out by 2014. The Cross Blue has been designed keeping in mind the American market and the seven seated monster is bang for the buck. Volkswagen has designed this vehicle keeping in mind a lot of designing tricks and the concept vehicle turns out to be close to perfect.

The Hyundai Genesis Concept, better known as the HCD 14 has also been showcased and this vehicle is set to push Hyundai's brand image a step forward as a luxury segment car maker. This family segment, seven seated SUV could very well be one of the biggest hits in the American market and all future market analysis is being kept on hold. The production model is expected to feature a 5.0 liter diesel engine and this would mean enough power for the beast.

Chevrolet has also showcased the Concept Corvette Stingray and this vehicle has managed to stir up the market in more ways than one. The vehicle features a considerably low bonnet with abrupt styling. New alloy wheels also make this vehicle a visual treat and the low bonnet treatment gives the Stingray a magnificent feel.

Mercedes Benz has showcased the CLA and this vehicle is being rated as the best vehicle from Mercedes Benz in quite a while. The vehicle is being launched along with the new A Class and the exterior design of both the vehicles is almost the same. The vehicle will be showcased and available in the UK and is expected to sport a price tag of £25,000. The CLA features an extended wheelbase which is longer and wider than the wagons and hatch backs in the same segment.
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