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It's hard to know how to take the Roadjet. Audi invented the term 'Avant' for its shallow-raked tailgated station wagons in the early eighties, but this car is neither Avant nor sedan, more of a tall hatchback in the mould of the unlovely European market Fiat Croma.
When Trevor Creed introduced the Challenger concept he described it as a concept that set out to 'get it right' ? to iron out the imperfections of the original 1970 design.
Unveiled to universal rapture is a new everyday hero: the Chevrolet Camaro. Drawing from the 1969 original, this new interpretation designed under Tom Peters is derivative yet contemporary, with bold lines defining tight surfaces.
Based on a stretched version of the 300 platform, the Imperial is a concept that explores the scope for the Chrysler brand to re-enter the luxury sedan market.
Last year Ford showed what a small, tough American city car could be with the SYNus. When J Mays announced the Reflex at the opening press launch of this year's show he described it as "Ford's latest exploration on America's small car" and as evidence that Ford is committed to producing a range of US-market cars of less than four meters in length.
Buick's new luxury SUV was launched to the mantra of 'Quality beyond precision.' A large six-seater, Buick has adopted 'Heritage Forward' to define their repost to the success of the Lexus RX.
"You want a pickup? I'll show you a pickup." Ford Design Director Peter Horbury isn't kidding: At 6.7meters long, the Super Chief is colossal, exemplifying Ford's 'rugged elegance' philosophy in combining the utility of a truck with the luxury of a limousine.
Unveiled by Walter de'Silva, head of Lamborghini Centro Stile for the last three months, the Miura Concept pays homage to the first mid-engine Lamborghini of forty years ago.
The Nissan Urge is a small three-seat sports car based on a truncated 350Z. Inspired by motorcycles, it uses materials in new ways for youth appeal and a fun driving experience.
Introduced by Director Ulrich Bez is Aston Martin's most practical car to date, the Rapide.