The Detroit motor show is an important event for the motor industry. It kicks off the calendar of model launches and events at the beginning of what is set to be a significant year for new cars.
The action in Detroit kicks off on 12 January. Autocar will be there to bring you the latest news, pictures and industry gossip from this important US motor show.
Here's Autocar's guide to what's heading to the Detroit motor show in 2015. Keep checking back to this page because we'll be updating this list as we get closer to the show.
The new Q7 is the first of five new luxury SUVs planned by the Volkswagen Group. It will go on sale in the UK next Spring and will come in hybrid e-tron form for the first time. Audi has also shed a significant 325kg in weight compared to the outgoing model.
Detroit will be our first chance to see BMW's facelifted 6-series and M6 models in the metal. Though styling tweaks are light – focusing mainly around a reprofiled front bumper and new kidney grille design – revisions to the 6-series engine range should improve fuel economy and emissions.
GM has already revealed the front-end shape of its second-generation Chevrolet Volt ahead of its Detroit debut. Sadly, though, it won't be coming to the UK. GM has promised customers more range, less weight and an improved cabin with the new car.
Such is the hype surrounding Honda's new sports car that it's sold out before even making its entrance. More than 100 pre-orders have been taken for the new model, which is tipped to cost around £75,000. Total output from its hybrid powertrain – which sees a mid-mounted V6 petrol engine mated to three electric motors – is rated at around 400bhp.
Nissan's luxury arm will offer a thinly-veiled look at its next-generation Q60, with the model taking design inspiration from the range-topping Q80 Inspiration concept. Infiniti is promising "the power of exhilaration" with the new concept.
We already know that Toyota's luxury arm plans to bring a new version of its GS F sports car to market in 2016, and the Japanese firm has already confirmed it will bring a new F-designated model to Detroit. The GS F is expected to be powered by the same 5.0-litre V8 engine as the RC F, and should offer close to 500bhp.