The 2016 Detroit Auto Show just got over. We at TheSupercarBlog.com attended the show for the first time ever since we went live in May of 2014. It is always exciting to visit one of the largest automotive gatherings in the world. Like you, we are true car enthusiasts and had been waiting for an opportunity to cover the Detroit Auto Show.
Among the cars that we were eagerly looking forward to see at the show was the new BMW M2, Volvo S90 and a couple of exciting new products by Ford. Then there was this new Lincoln that got a lot of attention. The Lincoln Continental is certainly shaping up to be a serious player in the premium luxury segment of the market. Similarly, the new Volvo S90 turned out to be a stunner. We love the new design language at Volvo, can’t deny that.
Among the big names of Detroit- Ford had a range of cars on display starting with the Ford Focus RS to the new Ford GT supercar. The Ford GT in white is a sight to behold. What a fantastic looking thing. It is built to rival the Lamborghini Aventador and it certainly has the looks and performance to make any Aventador buyer think twice. Ford also launched the new F-150 Raptor Super Crew. Again, the Raptor ticks all the right boxes in the design department. It ain’t got no V8 this time but that hasn’t toned down its aggressive looks.
Acura brought the NSX to Detroit and so we were able to take some great shots of their upcoming $100,000 supercar. Mercedes-AMG launched a sports car- the Mercedes-AMG SLC43 at the show. Basically, it is a revised SLC roadster with a smaller engine at an AMG badge. So we moved on to the Scion stand where a stunning concept awaited us. Scion C-HR Concept really stood out with its unique lighting solutions.
Meanwhile, Audi thought the world needs more yellow hybrid SUVs. So, they built the Audi h-Tron Quatrro Concept. Coming to the Alfa Romeo Giulia- can’t wait to drive this thing. It is a four-door sedan powered by a twin-turbo V6 engine that makes 505 hp and has the BMW M3 in its crosshairs. Also worth a mention is the new Lexus LC 500.
Overall, it was fun to be at the 2016 Detroit Auto Show and seeing some spectacular cars up close. Hope you like the high-quality photos we snapped at Detroit this year. We urge you to share them with fellow car enthusiasts on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or on any other digital platform of your choice and please don’t forget to mention TheSupercarBlog.com.