Three stars of the 2015 Detroit Auto Show

The Detroit Auto Show is one of the biggest international auto shows held annually in Detroit, Michigan. It showcases new designs and innovation in technology. There were 55 vehicles in total that were introduced at the auto show. Out of these 55, 49 vehicles are world- known. The following are three stars of 2015 Detroit Auto Show:

The Ford GT

The Ford GT has 600 horsepower and has carbon-fiber body panels. This car is a great example of the innovative technology of Ford that will provide efficiency, comfort, and stunning style. This technology will become reality in 2017. The car provides the best ride with a mid-mount engine and rear wheel drive. It offers amazing performance.  

2016 Range Rover Sport

The new Range Rover Sport is a fairly new design with the Td6 (diesel) engine that has incorporated some changes. It has a new water-cooled turbocharger. Fuel economy is the major difference. It has a 22 to 28 mpg rating which represents a 32% improvement over the gas V-6. It is expected to be able to be driven 658 miles on a full tank.

2016 Chevrolet Volt Plug In Hybrid

General Motors has increased the storage capacity of the battery by 20%, reduced the number of battery cells, and reduced the battery weight by 22 pounds. The 2015 range for the Volt was 35 miles, while the new 2016 model boasts a 50 mile range. A fully-charged battery together with the gas-on-board enables this car to be driven for and estimated 400 miles. The new design has improved noise and vibrations giving riders a smoother ride.

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