2010 detroit autoshow highlights 2010 detroit autoshow highlights
jan 15, 2010

2010 detroit autoshow highlights

mini beachcomber concept: turns the classic compact into a summer vehicle suited for sand image: autoblog

the detroit autoshow got underway on january 1 and continues running until the 24th. the fair features the latest car designs and future vehicle concepts from a number of american and international car makers. while the fair didn’t really have a lot of major announcements, there were still a number of interesting concepts that made their debut. here is a look at some of the more intriguing vehicles that highlighted the latest trends in green technology and design styling.

http://www.naias.com mini beachcomber concept: turns the classic compact into a summer vehicle suited for sand image: autoblog

revenge verde supercar: a sleek sports car with a beefy engine and a hybrid drive train option image: autoblog

revenge verde supercar: a sleek sports car with a beefy engine and a hybrid drive train option image: autoblog

gmc granite: a large and boxy vehicle labeled as an urban utility vehicle image: autoblog

gmc granite: a large and boxy vehicle labeled as an urban utility vehicle image: autoblog

scion iq concept: ultra compact and affordable hybrid car with japanese styling image: autoblog

scion iq concept: ultra compact and affordable hybrid car with japanese styling image: autoblog

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