Autocar is reporting live from the first major motor show of the year, as Detroit plays host to big-name vehicle debuts from the likes of Audi, Honda, Infiniti and Mercedes-Benz
12 January 2015

Welcome to Autocar's live blog for the 2015 Detroit motor show. As the first major event of the year, Detroit plays an important role in setting the tone of car launches and events for the next twelve months.

Over the course of the show we're expecting many big-name vehicle debuts, including the new Audi Q7, Honda's NSX, the Infiniti Q60 concept, Mercedes' GLE Coupé and the Lexus GS F. For the full list, see our Detroit motor show preview.

Our team of reporters and photographers on the ground in Detroit will be bringing you the latest news, industry gossip and pictures from the show, so stay tuned to this page.

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22 March 2018

hy so i was just curious to what kinda site is it like u do talk about cars chinese food near me open now but seriously what do u even know about cars huh 

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