2017 Lincoln Continental
From The Car Connection:
The 2017 Lincoln Continental sedan revives a legendary name that hasn't been used since 2002. In its latest iteration, though, the Continental resumes the flagship role it occupied before it was downsized in the 1990s.
Just a few years ago here in Detroit, Infiniti unveiled the Q50 sedan--a stunning car with great road manners. Now, it’s time to follow it up with a coupe version. We took a a first look at the new 2017 Infiniti Q60 at this year's 2016 Detroit auto show.
Following closely on a full redesign this past year, the 2017 Smart Fortwo Cabrio arrives to bring a little more open-air enjoyment to the lineup.
2018 Lexus LC
From Motor Authority:
It was at the Detroit Auto Show back in 2012 that Lexus first stunned audiences with the original LF-LC concept. The sexy two-door proved such a hit that almost immediately after the reveal Lexus managers were already hinting at production. Now the production version of the LF-LC concept has been revealed, arriving in the form of the 2018 Lexus LC.
How often can you say that Acura wowed the crowd with its styling? Sure, the 2017 NSX is a looker, but it's a supercar and we've seen it for so long now that it no longer inspires passion. At this week's Detroit Auto Show, Acura unveiled the Precision concept as an expression of the brand's DNA of "Precision Crafted Performance."
It looks like Aston Martin is about to seriously raise the stakes in the battle against rivals Porsche and Ferrari. The automaker this week released a teaser video cinfirming a new twin-turbocharged V-12 will be made available this year, with the engine to almost certainly be fitted first in the DB9-replacing DB11 set for a debut at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show this March.
2017 Chrysler Pacifica
2017 Chrysler Pacifica
From Green Car Reports:
Chrysler’s Town & Country was one of the first minivans on the market when it arrived in 1989 as a spinoff of the original Dodge Caravan, and its mix of practicality and near-premium status did a lot to boost the segment.
Henrik Fisker left his namesake car company in March 2013, shortly before Fisker Automotive itself went bankrupt. But now he's once again involved with the Karma luxury sedan.
The next big thing in low-carbon aircraft isn't really an aircraft at all. It's a wing, mounted to the back of a Peterbilt truck.