Over the past few days we’ve seen more than 50 cars, trucks, concepts and crossovers debuting at this year’s North American International Auto Show – plus plenty of other breaking news. And TheDetroitBureau.com continues to bring you more news and behind-the-scenes reports from the year’s most important auto show.
Here’s our handy guide to our complete coverage. Make sure to keep coming back as we add more!
Here are the latest headlines and stories:
- Bob Lutz pushes for electric trucks and vans rather than small cars.
- Muscling up in Detroit; green machines yield to performance models at 2014 NAIAS.
- Toyota’s Carter thinks fuel cells will duplicate hybrid success.
- Tesla expects Q4 revenue to beat guidance by 20%.
- Swedish maker shows design direction with Volvo Concept XC Coupe.
- Volvo Concept XC Coupe and Ford Mustang win NAIAS design awards.
- GM names new CFO, restores dividend for first time since 2008.
- New GM President forecasts profits to rise in 2014.
Here are the stories from Day Two:
- Jeep aiming to surpass 1 million in sales by 2015.
- Subaru goes back to the future with new WRX STI.
- Tesla gets testy over questions about potential NHTSA recall.
- Infiniti pulls plug on EV in favor of high-performance luxury cars.
- More of a good thing for Cadillac with the new ATS Coupe.
- Daimler’s CEO isn’t sold on fuel cells, won’t be viable for at least a decade.
- Honda’s luxury unit, Acura rolled out its new TLX and TLX GT.
Here are the stories from Day One:
- Corvette Takes Track Performance to the Streets with the introduction of the new Z06 and C7.R race car.
- Korean maker finds religion with new Hyundai Genesis.
- Ford kicks off the show by turning its F-150 into a lightweight.
- General Motors pulls off a clean sweep when the Corvette Stingray and Chevy Silverado capture the North American Car & Truck of the Year honors.
- Japanese maker Toyota provides a glimpse at its “passionate” design future with FT-1 concept.
- Kia’s latest concept car, the GT4 Stinger, is a daily driver and a track-ready racer.
- BMW’s new M4 coupe and M3 sedan coming to showrooms this fall as well as new 2-Series coupe as maker aims to keep top sales spot worldwide.
- GM sweeps truck and car of the year honors with Corvette Stingray and Chevy Silverado.
- Nissan taking IDx concepts from idea to streets with new designs.
- Fiat-Chrysler board puts off decision on new headquarters long enough to offer Sergio Marchionne a three-year contract extension.
- Honda Fit wades into tough subcompact car market with new version.
- Chrysler aims to change midsize game with striking 200 sedan.
- Mercedes stretches S600 upmarket to keep Maybach crowd.
- Audi’s new Allroad Shooting Brake concept defies categorization: SUV, CUV or station wagon?
- Catering to the Duck Dynasty set, Ram reintroduces Mossy Oak Edition 1500.
- German automakers are reaping benefits of investments in U.S.
- Mercedes Concept Coupe hearkens back to traditional design cues.
- Toyota’s Jim Lentz sees auto sales growth curbing, but predicts maker will sell 100,000 more vehicles in 2014.
- Infiniti Q50 Eau Rouge concept pushes luxury maker to pump up the performance.
- Volkswagen sticking by pledge to sell 1 million vehicles in U.S. by 2018.
- New F-150 an aluminum-intensive game changer for automaker.
- GMC Canyon drawing buyers back to midsize pickup trucks.
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