The Detroit Auto Show festivities begin this weekend, and there's going to be a ton of new cars and trucks to see. Here's nine we'll be looking out for.
So, we've already seen the 2019 Silverado in pictures, but we know very little about it. Thankfully, Chevy will reveal everything at a pre-show event.
Ford hasn't confirmed this yet, but at last year's Detroit show, it announced that the Ranger . Given that, chatter we've heard through the grapevine, we have a very good feeling that the 2019 Ranger will be revealed in the coming days.
We've only heard rumors that the Shelby GT500 will be at Detroit, and we really hope it makes an appearance. The GT500 is said to be a 200-mph supercharged monster ready to take the fight to the Dodge Challenger Hellcat and Chevrolet Camaro ZL1. Ford's holding an event on Sunday, and we'll be there, laptops ready.
Like the GT500, a new Bullitt Mustang isn't confirmed, but we've got good reason to believe it'll be there. First, we saw spy photos of what appears to be a new Bullitt Mustang a month ago, and now, reports that its reveal at Detroit is a go. Plus, 2018 marks the 50th anniversary of the film Bullitt, so everything lines up.
At November's LA Auto Show, AMG boss Tobias Moers confirmed that there'd be news about the brand's new 53 line at Detroit. The CLS is widely expected to be the first car to wear the 53 designation, and it'll be powered by a 400--hp inline-six.
Chevrolet isn't going to have the only half-ton fun next week. Speaking to , RAM boss Mike Manley confirmed that it'd be showing the 2019 1500 at the Detroit Auto Show.
A new Hyundai Veloster will make an appearance at the Detroit Auto Show on Monday, and there's a good reason to be excited for it. Hyundai is planning a genuine hot-hatch variant, the Veloster N, that should appear at a later date. We'll be sure to ask anyone who'll talk to us about it.