Auto show season has officially kicked into high gear. We've rounded up some of the highlights, launched at the Chicago Auto Show 2018,
Volkswagen Arteon picks up where CC left off
The CC's replacement has finally landed in the US. the 2019 VW Arteon arrived at the Chicago Auto show after its European debut last year. Stateside, the Arteon will equip with a 268-horsepower, 2.0 liter I4 gas engine with an eight-speed automatic and a choice of FWD or AWD.
Nissan hits the slopes with the 370Zski Concept
The Nissan 370Z Roadster has been turned into a 332-horsepower snowmobile, of sorts. the back wheels have tracks like on a tank or bulldozer, and the front wheels have skis. The result is that it can go skidding through the drifts.
Dodge Durango 2018
Dodge's three-row SRT now equip with a Hemi V-8 that produce 475 hp power with 470 lb-ft of torque. The 5.7 liter hemi V-8 engine offer 360 hp with 390 lb-ft of torque and 3.6 liter pentastar V-6 engine offer 295 hp with 260 lb-ft torque. The engines are mated to an eight speed automatic transmission.
New Ford Transit Connect aimed at Boomers
The 2019 For Transit connect is a new 2-liter four cylinder petrol engine with auto start-stop comes with the all new eight-speed automatic. Ford mark at least a 48 km/gal highway fuel economy valuation with new 1.5-liter diesel engine.
Toyota goes off-road with Tacoma TRD Pro
The Tacoma TRD Pro has an updated front skid plate to prevent rocks, butt or other bump from damaging the truck's underside, and a fancy exhaust pipe with a black chrome tip. There are fog lamps, projector-style headlights and TRD Pro badge.
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