We’ve already seen and driven the new Audi A4 but it’s now getting its North American debut.
The twin-turbocharged BMW coupe gets its first public outing at the Detroit motor show.
No Focus RS just yet, only mild updates are expected for the US-market Fusion, which could preview future styling changes for European models.
Honda’s all-new mid-sized pick-up will make its world debut at the Detroit motor show.
(Hyundai) Genesis Q90
This large saloon is the first car to be launched under Hyundai’s new ‘Genesis’ luxury sub-brand.
The new Kia concept, shown in the teaser, will preview the styling of a large luxury SUV which, if it proves popular, could go into production.
The hybrid Lexus sports coupe has been around in concept form since 2012, but a production version is rumoured to make an appearance at Detroit.
Merc’s own leaked shots have already revealed the new E-Class in full, but we’ll get all the technical details when the car’s officially launched in Detroit.
The F57-generation Mini Convertible was unveiled at the Tokyo motor show in 2015, but it’s getting another outing ahead of its local debut.
Porsche 911 Turbo
Porsche will be rolling out a series of updates to its ‘true’ turbocharged 911, including a 20bhp hike in power.
We’ll get another look at Volvo’s new luxury saloon at the Detroit motor show. V90 estate expected at Geneva in February.