The Detroit motor show will take place between 13-26 January; Autocar reporting live from the event
17 December 2013

The Detroit motor show will take place between January 13-26 next year.

Autocar will be reporting live from the event from the 13 January, while the show will be open to the general public between 18-26 January.

Detroit will see the debut of the new Mercedes-Benz C-class, as well as the Volvo XC concept, which will reportedly give clues towards the design of the next XC90. Lexus has already teased a new F model for the show, while Audi is expected to showcase its new crossover concept, believed to be badged Q1.

Also to be shown are the new BMW M3 and Ford Mustang, alongside midly facelifted BMW X1 and Z4 models, 

Autocar will be in Detroit to bring you the latest up-to-date details of the event. Check back for the latest news.

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James Lewis-Barned

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