Car manufacturers revealed more than fifty new vehicles at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
Luxury cars are always a favorite at the North American International Auto Show, and this year there was a lot to get excited about.
Bill Ford, Executive Chairman of Ford Motor Company gave Robb Report an in-depth interview at the 2016 North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
Mercedes-Benz, the German carmaker revealed its new E-Class sedan to automotive-industry journalists.
BMW had two world debuts at the Detroit Auto Show this week, including the highly anticipated M2 performance coupe, which will hit showrooms this spring.
Fiat Chrysler launched the all-new 2016 Pacifica at the Detroit Auto Show, but the big question remains whether it can succeed in getting customers to buy the minivan.
Ford’s Lincoln brand took the wraps off its sexy new Continental luxury sedan, with the hope that a luxury car from the past will reinvigorate future sales.
Toyota’s Lexus, looking to compete directly with Mercedes and BMW, made a splashy debut of its new flagship couple, the LC500, at the Detroit Auto Show.
Worldwide auto sales should grow one to two percent in 2016, according to Carlos Ghosn, president, chairman and CEO of Nissan.
General Motors President Dan Amman said the automaker is confident that its new Chevy Bolt EV will attract buyers, even with low gas prices.