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The 2014 Detroit Auto Show was filled with stunning concepts and new debuts, so it’s no surprise that AutoGuide‘s most watched videos of the week consisted of our Detroit Auto Show coverage. At the top of the list is the beautiful Toyota FT-1 concept while luxury sedan buyers are extremely interested to see what the new Mercedes-Benz C-Class has to offer. Also entering the mid-sized luxury sedan market is the new Acura TLX.
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Another Detroit Auto Show has come and gone and it’s left quite an impact on the industry. From the launch of a new Corvette Z06 to the possibility of a new Toyota Supra, there were no shortages of stories to cover.
There was also no shortage of impressive new models to look at. That said, we wandered the floor of the North American International Auto Show in search of automotive beauty in all its forms.
Below are 10 images we thought deserved special attention.
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Kia brought a heavily Audi-esque concept to this year’s Detroit Auto Show featuring a 2.0-liter turbo four banger powering the rear wheels.
Stunning concepts invade the Motor City
Concept vehicles were abundant at this year’s Detroit Auto Show, showing off all sorts of new and upcoming technology.
Wild designs and hypothetical powertrains with lots of ponies are the main components of concept cars, along with offering a glimpse into the future of a given brand’s designs. From Toyota to Volvo, every brand dabbles in the world of concept cars, and more than 10 different companies had a concept display this year.
SEE ALSO: 2014 Detroit Auto Show Coverage
Read on to take a look at some of the wildest concepts from this year’s Detroit Auto Show.
Five Different Approaches to Going Fast
A lot of brand new vehicles have been introduced this week at the North American International Auto Show, but a few racecars have slipped through the front entrance as well.
SEE ALSO: 2014 Detroit Auto Show Preview
Covering virtually all forms of motorsports, F1 cars, prototypes, GT racers and off-road cars were all present and accounted for. Although some serious machines are in attendance in Detroit, the following five stand out as something a little extra special, whether it be they are all-new, completely crazy or both.
What's hot at the auto show in Motown
If you had to pick a theme for the 2014 Detroit Auto Show, performance would be a pretty logical choice. What else would you suggest, bankruptcy?
Yes, Detroit is coming close to overtaking Buffalo as the most depressing city in the U.S. But at least this year’s show is chock-full of exciting vehicles. From concepts to production cars, there certainly wasn’t a shortage of interesting metal.
Honda has just introduced the third generation 2015 Fit for the American market. Set to go on sale this spring, Honda promises this new Fit will continue to offer great interior space and fuel efficiency while retaining the fun-to-drive reputation this little hatchback has earned over the years.
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