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Coolest Reveals at the 2017 Detroit Auto Show

2018 Honda Odyssey

The new Honda Odyssey has everything a parent would want in their vehicle. The new model comes with a display system that helps parents watch and talk to their kids even when they’re using headsets, and the entertainment system can be fully operated using a smartphone. Still, the best feature is the “magic slide,” which makes it easier than ever to reconfigure the seats for child seats or get easy access for third-row seating.

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2018 Chevrolet Traverse

The Traverse was already one of the biggest vehicles on the market, but after its 2018 upgrade, it’s larger than ever before. The wheelbase is two inches longer than its predecessor. The cargo space shrunk from 99 cubic feet to 116 to add even more legroom to its already-spacious cabin, but even so, it still beats many of its competitors in the cargo space department. It’s also equipped with a 3.6-liter V6 engine, which allows up to 5,000 pounds of towing and 305 horsepower.

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2018 Ford F-150

Ford is making a huge upgrade its line of F-150 pickups. That’s right—America’s truck is getting even better. The new version looks massively different and has even more power. Improvements to the 2.7-liter and 3.5-liter turbocharged engines increase fuel economy, and all engines now use direct and port fuel injection. You can also expect new headlights, taillights, and tailgates. Ford is upgrading from bumper to bumper.

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2018 Audi Q8

The luxury SUV market is pretty much cornered by BMW and Mercedes-Benz, but Audi has made a step in the right direction with their Q8 concept. Unlike other SUVs, this vehicle looks both luxurious and fast. It has a large grille to increase airflow and large wheels. The inside is full of tech including plenty of touchscreens, quality materials, and more. Audi spared no expense with a 333-horsepower turbocharged 3.0-liter V6 standard engine. The Q8 will hit the market in 2018.

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2018 Kia Stinger

Kia has promised us a rear-wheel-drive sedan for a while now, and we got our first glimpse at the concept during the North American International Auto Show. Kia took the K900 and redesigned it to create the Stinger, which is sleeker and sportier than its big sister. The Stinger is powered by a choice of two engines, including a 365-horsepower 3.3-liter V6. The aggressive design looks almost like an Alfa Romeo without the high price tag. 

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2018 Toyota Camry

The Camry is easily one of the best vehicles offered by Toyota, and the 2018 model is getting a complete upgrade. On the inside, the seats have been resculpted, while the cowl, beltline, and dash were lowered, adding up to a more open feel inside the cabin. The dashboard ditched the T-shape for a sweeping design meant to create a warm, homey feel. Driving wise, it’ll feel more dynamic, athletic, and fun to drive, which is a must-have for the Camry.

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2018 Mercedes-Benz E400 Coupe

At first glance, you’ll notice that the Mercedes-Benz E400 Coupe is a lot more attractive than others on the market. The design took cues from the AMG GT to create a roofline that has a graceful arch and ends at a truncated, upturned decklid. At launch, the E400 will be equipped with a 329-horsepower twin-turbo V6 engine found in other Mercedes vehicles, but there are rumors that there will be a twin-turbo V8-powered variant later.

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Cadillac Escala Concept

No one expected to see this beauty at the 2017 Detroit Auto Show. The Cadillac Escala is a shiny, luxurious, new monster of a sedan that had conventioneers drooling. It will have a powerful twin-turbo V8 engine, which can’t be found in any other Cadillac, but that isn’t the best thing about this sedan. It has great fuel economy, contains hand-tailored fabric, and provides three curved OLED screens to display information to drivers and passengers.

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Volkswagen I.D. Buzz

The new Volkswagen I.D. Buzz will take you back to the days of Woodstock, but with one twist—it’s electric. This concept can get up to 270 miles of electric range, and we’re excited to see it on the road. VW is still working on the design, but it looks totally futuristic. The inside has a massive center screen next to the driver and a vaguely rectangular steering wheel. Getting in may make you feel like you’ve stepped 100 years in the future, as much as the shape hearkens back to the Microbus of the past.

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Nissan Vmotion 2.0

The Vmotion 2.0 concept car doesn’t seem anything like what you’d find from Nissan. On the inside, it looks like a luxury car with wood paneling and leather seating. The rear-hinged rear doors allow you a full interior view of this fantastic model. Maybe the coolest thing about it is the ProPilot automated driving system, which can work the accelerator, brakes, and steering wheel at highway speeds – though the driver will need to take control for lane changes and passing maneuvers.

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Slide 2018 Ford Mustang

The 2017 Ford Mustang looks beautiful, handles great, and has powerful acceleration, but the 2018 model will put the previous year in the dust. It’s stronger, smoother, and has an angry face that means business. The front end is a little bit lower but much larger to allow for better airflow, and the V8 is getting a complete workover to give drivers more power. Expect to see more of this car later this year.

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2017 GAC Trumpchi GS3

Americans may not have heard of China's state-owned Guangzhou Automobile Group Company (GAC), but after seeing this awesome SUV, it’ll be on the tip of everyone’s tongue. The GE3 is definitely an attempt to crack into the luxury SUV segment - and it's a solid attempt. The GE3 is an electric vehicle that manages 161-horsepower and can go around 192 miles. The company claims you can get 80% charge in as little as 30 minutes, which is perfect for an American lifestyle.

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2017 Nissan Rogue Sport

In Europe, the 2017 Nissan Rogue Sport goes by another name—the Nissan Qashqai (cash-kai). For years, we weren’t able to buy this cute little crossover, but due to the demand for crossover designs, Nissan is bringing it to the United States under the new name. Overseas, it’s been known for its quick handling, which makes it perfect for first-time drivers in the U.S. While shorter than the original Rogue, the Sport has been designed with a more attractive, athletic appearance. It’ll be equipped with a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that’s capable of 141 horsepower.

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Ford Fusion Autonomous Car

Ford stole the show in more ways than one. Their augmented reality app allowed people to see and explore upcoming designs that haven’t even been built yet, but their biggest step toward the future was the Ford Fusion self-driving car. It’ll be a hybrid that features new computer hardware along with improved LiDAR sensors to enable a more targeted field of vision. Drivers may be on the way to reading books and catching up on the news on their commute, like metro riders already do.

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Full-Sized LEGO Batmobile

If you’ve been to the movies lately or have kids, you’ll know Warner Brothers is releasing a new LEGO Batman film which shows off an impressive LEGO Batmobile. Well, Chevy revealed a full-sized version of this sucker that stole the show. It’s 17 feet long and 7 feet tall, and was constructed using 344,187 individual Lego bricks in 17 different colors. In total, it took 222 hours to design and a whopping 1,833 hours to piece together. Too bad you can’t drive away in it.

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