The North American International Auto Show is the premier event for the auto industry showcasing dozens of high-profile reveals and insider news.
With its in-the-sheetmetal reveal at the NAIAS, the 640-horsepower Cadillac CTS-V finally went from a “Yeah, but” car, to the long-sought “Standard of the World.”
When the Raptor was unleashed on the automotive world in 2010, it took many by surprise, even the likes of the competition, who were left scrambling to offer anything resembling the off-road ready truck. It has been highly successful for Ford, since becoming the poster child of Ford truck capability.
In 2015, Ford introduced the aluminum-body F-150, gaining significant weight savings. Continuing to ride its predecessor’s success, a Raptor ceremoniously broke cover at the 2015 North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
At the 2015 North American International Auto Show, Ford unleashed what it calls the most capable street-legal Mustang it has ever built. Those are big shoes to fill considering the track-ready capability of the original Ford Shelby Mustang GT350 competition car. However, the car that rolled out in Detroit will put it to shame.
Ford Unveils 2016 Ford GT