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NAIAS Detroit motor show 2017 review and A-Z of all the new cars

Published: 11 January 2017 Updated: 11 January 2017

► Detroit motor show 2017 review
► A round up of the NAIAS launches  
► A-Z guide of all the new cars 

The Detroit motor show runs from 8-22 January 2017 and here we round up all the key new cars shown at the Cobo hall in downtown Detroit.

The North American International Auto Show, or NAIAS, kicks off each calendar year and is clinging on to its reputation as the biggest US car show – despite being challenged by burgeoning shows in New York and Los Angeles, not the mention the CES electronics show in Las Vegas.

Here’s our A-Z round-up of the big news from Motown, and we’ll be adding more new cars, world debuts and launches to our gallery and guide below in the coming days.

New cars at the 2017 Detroit auto show

BMW 5-series: a world debut at NAIAS

Q8 concept car (above)  First conceptual look at new, more dynamic SUV flagship 

5-series  Okay, so we’ve already driven it. But it’s the Five’s world show premiere

Traverse  Updated version of Chevy’s family workhorse will be shown in Cobo

Odyssey (below)  2018 model year minivan built in Alabama due at NAIAS 

Honda Odyssey teaser: new 2018 minivan due at Detroit motor show 2017

Q50 Concept
  Latest concept previews the next-gen Q50 SUV

Stinger GT  A shock sports coupe/saloon – the most exciting, quickest Kia to date

New LS  New fifth-generation Lexus limo due at the 2017 NAIAS

E-class Coupe (below)  The slinkier, smoother Merc E lands in Detroit

Mercedes-Benz E-class Coupe (2017): sleek and smooth as ever

Cartoon racer  
See the new Cars 3 film star at Detroit 2017

Updated 2018 US bestseller due to bow in at Cobo 

ID Buzz minivan  New electric car family expands with Microbus-style monobox MPV
Tiguan Allspace (below)
Roomier, three-rows-of-seat Tig makes its world debut 

Click here for more news and world debuts from the 2017 Detroit motor show

VW Tiguan Allspace: due at the 2017 Detroit auto show

How to attend the auto show in Motown

Official website:
Cobo Center, One Washington Boulevard, Detroit, MI 48226, USA
Telephone: +1 248 643 0250
Dates: 8-22 January 2017
Opening hours:
 9am-10pm on public days (no admittance after 9pm)
Adult tickets: 
$13 per person
OAP tickets: $7 (65 and older)
Children’s tickets: $7 (7-12 years old; 6 and under free with parent or guardian) 

Detroit motor show: all the news from NAIAS

By Tim Pollard

Group digital editorial director, car news magnet, crafter of words