2009 Detroit Auto Show: Day 2 Recap

2010_lincoln_mkt Day 2 of the 2009 Detroit auto show brought several new production vehicles and a slew of interesting concepts to the showroom floor. In addition, our Cars.com team waded into the show to bring back pictures from our staff photographer, up-close encounters and videos. Be sure to check out all the coverage from MotherProof.com and PickupTrucks.com as well. We’ll be back tomorrow for a few parting shots from Detroit.

2010 Lincoln MKT
2010 Jaguar XF, XFR
2010 Toyota Prius
2010 Lexus HS 250h

Audi Sportback
Lincoln C Concept
Cadillac Converj
Chrysler 200C EV Concept
Volkswagen Concept BlueSport

2010 Ford Taurus Video
2010 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Video

Lincoln’s New Luxury Linder is Family-Oriented
GM Committed to Hybrids, Electric Vehicles and Local Business
A New Line for Lamborghini
2010 Prius Ups its MPGs

Honda: No Plans for Small Truck
Chrysler Postpones Light-Duty Diesel Ram Pickup

By Stephen Markley | January 12, 2009 | Comments (1)



looks like Ford is making a great leap with their new products. Many if not all of them looks wonderful and classy, I would buy any one of them if i had the chance. I applaud you Ford, I applaud.

The Lincoln C Concept...
This thing I really love. Whats suprising to me is that I could actually visualize seeing this as I am walking the streets here in Japan. Its compact, very stylish, and futuristic looking without being over the top on the outside, plus the six seat configuration, totally awsome especially for its size. Hypothetically, if this were to hit the Japanese market, this could be a big hit. Just saying.

Well Done FoMoCo!

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