Want to check out the latest German offerings in 360-degree video? You're in the right place.
Nobody wants to come to Detroit in January. Thankfully, Roadshow is more than willing to bite the bullet and cover thefor our lovely, undoubtedly attractive readers. And because it's the 21st century, we're bringing you into the booths in 360 degrees. Strap on your headsets, VR fans.
Audi brought both concepts and production models to Detroit. Itsis a mean, chiseled son of a gun that'll eventually make its way to production, although perhaps with less extreme styling. The , on the other hand, is ready to hit the road with 354 horsepower and the attractive countenance of the all-new .
BMW didn't bring anything new to the show, per se. It unveiled theback in 2016, and we've already driven it, but there are two new variants arriving in Detroit. The 530e iPerformance is a plug-in hybrid, whereas the M550i is a sportier sedan meant to slot under the eventual M5.
Mercedes is on a tear in Detroit. It unveiled a refreshed, although the updates are on the light side, focusing on small tweaks here and there. Detroit also marked the auto show debut of the , which has a positively curvaceous rear end. Finally, it introduced the coupe, a new variant that slots between the hot-to-trot GT R and the more "pedestrian" GT S.
Detroit Auto Show 2018
reading•Check out Audi, BMW and Mercedes at Detroit in 360 degrees
Jul 23•Detroit Auto Show officially moves to June in 2020
Jul 10•Detroit Auto Show will likely move to June in 2020
Mar 2•Detroit Auto Show considering move to October in 2020
Feb 2•Ford Ranger: Where it's been and what we know about the new 2019 model