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2015 North American International Auto Show Debut Preview



Article by Rick Jensen (Turboguy).

Several drool-worthy performance cars make their world debuts tomorrow, January 12, at the 2015 NAIAS in Detroit. And team Revvolution is already on-site and ready to bring you each reveal as they happen.




Unless Nissan drops a new R36 GT-R, the most anticipated single debut goes to Acura and its long-awaited NSX supercar. Word is the NSX’s ultra-sexy bod will be powered by a three-motor hybrid system combined with a mid-mounted, twin-turbo V-6. Current estimates put power output at one meeeelllion horses (estimate may change slightly Monday).




Official Next-gen Acura NSX Unveiling article here.


Of all the manufacturers at the 2015 North American International Auto Show, Ford is without a doubt the most ambitious. The Blue Oval is set to debut at least four new performance vehicles—each with the potential to be segment-leading models.




Ford drops the new 3.5L Turbocharged V6 SVT Raptor coverage


Military bros and Area 51 security police will dig the new F-150 Raptor truck, which should "pick up” where today’s dune-destroying machine leaves off. Rumors give the new Raptor an all-aluminum body in-line with the new F-150 debut and we’re all curious to see (and more important, hear), what’s under the hood.




Hot hatch lovers won’t have to overnight parts from Japan anymore; their late Christmas present is a new Focus RS that may very well have segment-dominating horsepower and handling.




Ford Unveils 2016 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350R at NAIAS official #FordNAIAS Coverage


It’s just an embarrassment of riches for Mustang enthusiasts these days. If the amazing new GT or the high-revving, track-ready Shelby GT350 isn’t enough, Monday’s reveal of the seriously upgraded Shelby GT350R means they can now go Z/28 hunting.



Game Changer: 600+ HP, Carbon-Fiber 2016 Ford GT Unleashed at NAIAS


And domestic performance fans are straight gonna flip over Ford’s new halo car: a Ford GT successor that should improve upon the 2005-2006 model’s 550 horses, 3.3-second 0-60 and 200+ mph top speed!

Many more debuts are set for tomorrow including an electric Chevy Bolt Tesla fighter and a turbo 4-powered Mini John Cooper Works machine. And we’ll get a first in-the-sheetmetal look at the wicked, 640-horse Cadillac CTS-V.

Stay on Revvolution.com and we’ll feed you all of the good stuff from the 2015 North American International Auto Show in Detroit!

Images from TopSpeed and Cars Released.

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Rick Jensen (Turboguy)

Rick's a Turbo Buick and EFI GM nut who was born in Nebraska, then reborn on the mean streets of Queens, NYC. Spent high school and college wrenching and racing before moving to NYC and spending 13 years as the editor-in-chief, editor, and writer for some of America's best automotive magazines, websites, and ad agencies. Favorite moments include running low 10s in my Turbo Buick, Exposing GM's weak-assed early CTS-V drivetrains, road racing Corvettes and Camaros, and doing high-boost launches to make my kid laugh.
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Eugene Slesarenko1/11/2015

I'm excited to see it all, this year may top the last 10 years of NAIAS, and team Revv will be there to cover it all!