Auto Shows

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Pacifica Hybrid

Chrysler Pacifica Wins First Ever North American Utility of the Year Award

This morning at the start of the 2017 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, the first ever North American Utility of the Year award was issued to the Chrysler Pacifica – the latest in a long line of minivans which have always proven to be innovators in the utility vehicle segment.
Mopar Jeep JK8 Independence

Jeep Grand Wagoneer, Jeep Pickup Confirmed with Billion Dollar Investment

FCA announced a billion dollar investment in a handful of American production facilities yesterday, but more importantly, the automaker confirmed their plans to produce the long-rumored Jeep pickup truck and a new Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer – while offering a brief outline of where these vehicles will be built.
2014 GT500

If a 2017 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 is Real, a Detroit Debut is Likely

After a listing on Ford.com for a 2017 Mustang Shelby GT500 came and went, many people are expecting to see a new, high powered pony car from the Motor Company in the very near future – and if there really is a new GT500 coming for 2017, it will almost certainly be unveiling at the upcoming 2017 Detroit Auto Show.
The Porsche Mission E electric super-car is expected to sell about 20,000 copies a year.

Porsche To Embark On “Mission E-Possible” With New Electric In 2019

Porsche has high hopes for the Mission E electric. The automaker hopes they can move about 20,000 per year or about a quarter of the number of Macan SUVs that it moves. The Mission E, a super-car unveiled at the Frankfort Auto Show last year, is expected to be lightning fast to 62 kph and still have a 300-mile-plus range.
Hellcat engine cover

Jeep Hellcat Trackhawk Could Debut in April, Deliveries by September

Based on an interview with Jeep CEO Mike Manley, the Hellcat-powered Grand Cherokee Trackhawk could make its formal debut at the 2017 New York International Auto Show in April and the first production units could reach dealerships by September 2017 – meaning that the world’s most powerful SUV could be less than a year away from hitting the streets.

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