Car manufacturers revealed more than fifty new vehicles at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. So which ones made the most waves? Eric Lyman, Vice President of Industry Insights at TrueCar, said the five most important reveals at this year’s show were: the Mercedes-Benz E-Class, the BMW M2, the Lincoln Continental, the Chrysler Pacifica, and the Honda Ridgeline. ‘Mercedes is known for their technology, and they keep raising the bar, and they’ve done it again with the E-Class,’ said Lyman. Lyman was impressed by the E-Class’ ‘Car-to-X’ communications technology, which is able to warn drivers of dangerous conditions before they are seen. TheStreet's Rhonda Schaffer has details from Detroit.
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