Photographer: Daniel Acker/Bloomberg
Photographer: Daniel Acker/Bloomberg

The Hottest Cars from the Detroit Auto Show

Last year's North American International Auto Show in Detroit featured 55 vehicle introductions, a majority of which were worldwide debuts, and was attended by more than 5,000 journalists from 60 countries.

The Ford Motor Co. 2017 GT. The GT has a 3.5-liter V6 engine that gets 650 horsepower and was created directly from Ford's previous Daytona-winning sports racer.

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The 2017 Mercedes E-Class.

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The BMW M2 high-performance coupe. Sales of BMW vehicles rose 5.2 percent to 1.9 million last year, the Munich-based company said in a statement.

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The 2017 Honda Ridgeline. With the Ridgeline, the Japanese automaker returned to the U.S. pickup market after almost two years on the sidelines. 

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The Acura Precision concept vehicle.

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A Porsche AG 911 Turbo.

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The Lexus LC 500.

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The 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV. General Motors unveiled the Bolt at the CES electronics show in Las Vegas and said it planned to start producing the model in late 2016. 

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A Ford Motor Co. F-150 Raptor.

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The Infinity Q60 sedan.

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The Mercedes-Benz SLC 43 from Daimler.

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Fiat Chrysler’s 2017 Chrysler Pacifica. The all-new Pacifica was unveiled along with a plug-in hybrid variant of the vehicle, the U.S. auto industry’s first electrified minivan. 

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The Mercedes-Benz AMG S63 Cabriolet Edition 163.

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The Volvo NV S90.

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A Nissan Motor Co. Titan Warrior concept.

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The 2017 Lincoln Continental by Ford Motor Co. is unveiled. Even with 101,227 sales last year, the most since 2008, Lincoln remains eighth among luxury lines in the U.S.  

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