Volkswagen: An electric microbus is being rolled out at the Detroit Auto Show 2017 by Volkswagen.
As per the report, Nissan Motor Co to unveil its new small SUV for the usa market, along with the redesigned QX50, a compact SUV for the Infiniti luxury brand.
The classic German company is adding a touch of luxury to the event with a plug-in hybrid. Like its competitors, the 5-series is losing ground to SUVs - and the Tesla Model S electric sedan - among affluent USA buyers.
Honda Motor Co is expected to reveal the Odyssey minivan at Detroit. There is still some light at the end of the tunnel in the form of an 8% sales increase in 2016. A new 3.3-liter six-cylinder engine will also be offered and fuel-saving technology that shuts down the engine at a stop light will be available.* Chevrolet Traverse.
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Carmakers from Toyota Motor Corp to General Motors Co to Volkswagen AG are adding more SUVs to their product plans, amid forecasts that SUVs and pickup trucks could soon make up two-thirds of US light vehicle sales, up from 56 percent in 2015 and just under 60 percent past year. The Camry's numbers in terms of sales went down 9.5% a year ago, part of the loss was blamed from people shifting to SUVs. Toyota has been giving its mainstream models more expressive styling and advanced technology, to counter a long-held image for tiresome reliability. There are also expected announcements from Mercedes, Nissan, Honda, Toyota and Guangzhou Automobile Group Company that will debut three new vehicles, according to MotorTrend. It is also unveiling a facelifted version of its SQ5 mid-size SUV and redesigned A5 cabriolet.* Volkswagen Tiguan.
Meanwhile, Chrysler's Pacifica minivan was the victor of Utility of the Year thanks to a wave of new technology featured in the vehicle including easy driver controls and rear video screens that can play movies and TV shows that also offer touch-screen video game options.
VW unveiled a futuristic I.D. electric concept vehicle, along with the I.D. Buzz, which is an electric minibus. The LS400 aims that a brand's flagship should be a sedan, not an SUV.