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Hyundai has confirmed that it will build its own pickup line four years after it was shown as a concept at the 2015 North American International Auto Show, otherwise known as the Detroit Motor Show. The compact crossover pickup—dubbed the Santa Cruz—is slated to begin production in Alabama in 2021, …

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Toyota Supra

The 2019 North American International Auto Show, or the Detroit Auto Show as it’s more popularly known, opened its doors to the public last weekend, giving everyone a glimpse of the new cars that were launched in what is the first major auto show of the year. Headlining the much-anticipated …

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The Toyota Supra is set to make an iconic comeback in this year’s North American Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit. For the first time in more than 20 years, Toyota is ready to debut the all-new 2020 Supra next week. The Japanese automaker announced that interested individuals can watch the …

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Toyota Supra Goodwood Festival of Speed

Toyota has announced that the production version of the all-new Toyota Supra will officially make its highly-anticipated debut at the 2019 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS), otherwise known as the Detroit Auto Show, which will be held from January 14 to 27, 2019, at the Cobb Center in Detroit, …

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Kia is setting its eyes to rival the likes of the Toyota Land Cruiser, Ford Expedition, and Chevrolet Suburban as it revealed the Telluride eight-seater SUV at this year’s New York Fashion Week. The Telluride is Kia’s upcoming challenger in the full-size SUV arena. It is first introduced at the …

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“Motor shows are dead. They are a product of the 1960s and they are not as relevant anymore. They’re not delivering what we want and they’re not delivering what car buyers want.” That just about sums up what Volkswagen Group Chairman Herbert Diess thinks about the tradtional auto show platform–where …

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Detroit Auto Show

News sources in Detroit are saying that the organizers of the North American International Auto Show, otherwise known as the Detroit Auto Show, are planning to move the event from its traditional January date to sometime in June starting 2020. The schedule change may also come with a name change, …

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