Tag: Detroit 2006

10 Jan 2006

Chevrolet Camaro Concept

General Motors has unveiled the Chevrolet Camaro Concept, a modern homage to one of the most notable icons of the North American automotive industry.
10 Jan 2006

Toyota F3R Concept

The F3R Concept, that debuts at the North American International Automobile Show in Detroit, is a minivan vehicle that offers its eight passengers a sophisticated interior space defined as a technological extension of the home.
10 Jan 2006

Audi Roadjet

The Audi Roadjet Concept is a fastback saloon design study which gives indications about the future Audi production vehicles in the compact executive class.
9 Jan 2006

Kia Soul Concept

At the Detroit Motor Show Kia unveiled the Soul concept, a crossover utility vehicle (CUT) developed by Kia design centers in California and in Korea.
9 Jan 2006

Ford Reflex

The Reflex concept vehicle is a technological showcase of innovative and environmental friendly solutions. The compact dimensions reflect a growing and important trend in the North American market.
8 Jan 2006

Mercedes-Benz S 65 AMG

Unveiled at 2006 North American International Auto Show, the new S 65 AMG is one of the world's most powerful series-production cars, thanks to a maximum power of 612 HP and a torque of more than 1000 Nm.
Hyundai HCD9 Talus
8 Jan 2006

Hyundai HCD9 Talus

The HCD9 (Hyundai California Design 9) Talus concept previews Hyundai's vision of future sports cars: a mix between a coupé and a SUV, with 4-seats capacity, 22 inches wheels and increased ground clearance.
6 Jan 2006

Toyota FJ Cruiser

Based on the concept unveiled in 2003, the new Toyota FJ Cruiser is the heir of the legendary FJ Cruiser, an icon of the off-road and safari world, on the market for more than 20 years (1960-1983). It will go on sale in March 2006.
6 Jan 2006

Ford’s Adaptive Front Lighting System

Ford Motor Company is studying an advanced adaptive lighting system which will offer significant enhancements in nighttime driving safety. It is adopted on three concept cars presented at the 2006 Detroit Show.
Lamborghini Miura Concept
6 Jan 2006

Lamborghini Miura Concept

After many rumors and previews on web magazines and blogs, Lamborghini has finally unveiled the official photos of its new Miura Concept, that celebrates the 40th anniversary of the legendary GT.
4 Jan 2006

Pontiac Solstice Concept by EDAG

At the next Detroit Motor Show EDAG will exhibit a concept car based on the Pontiac Solstice, with an original hard top that creates a modern wagon-coupé style.
Volvo C30 Concept
4 Jan 2006

Volvo C30 Concept

The C30 Concept is a sporty two-door concept car which gives strong hints on the design of the upcoming new Volvo C30 production model that will debut at the Paris Motor Show in September.
1 Jan 2006

Nissan Urge

The URGE concept is a compact 3-seater sportscar, with a minimalistic motorcycle-inspired exterior design and an integrated gaming system.
27 Dec 2005

NAIAS Poster Design Contest

The North American International Auto Show has selected the winners of its annual poster contest, open to Michigan Art Schools and Communities.
27 Dec 2005

Detroit 2006: all the previews

The updated list of all the previews of the concept and production vehicles that will debut at the next North American International Auto Show.
26 Dec 2005

Lincoln new wheel design development

Ford has released an article about the design process of its new 20 inches wheel that will be featured on a Lincoln teaser vehicle at the 2006 North American International Auto Show.
22 Dec 2005

Hyundai HCD-9 Talus: new image revealed

After the first sketch released at the beginning of December, Hyndai has revealed a second image of the HCD-9 Talus Concept, the crossover vehiclethat will make its debut at the next Detroit Auto Show.
20 Dec 2005

Mazda CX-7

Together with the Kabura Concept, at the next Detroit Auto Show Mazda will unveil the CX-7, a SUV vehicle specifically designed for the North American market.

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