Top 5 Cars That Made a Hit At the 2017 Detroit Auto Show

Jan 16, 2017 05:20 AM EST | Hannah Jill Jose

This year, a blend of various models are featured from trucks, vans, cars and other heavy hitters such as the Honda Odyssey, the new Toyota Camry, and the F-15 just to name a few. Car enthusiasts, fanatics and even local consumers out there should probably not miss this spectacular event. Check out the latest, innovative and eye-catching cars at the Detroit Auto Show:

The 2018 SQ5 Audi is a small-sized SUV with the specifications of a sports car. It is powered with a 3.0-liter of V6 engine and has a 354hp and 369 lb feet of torque up on its sleeves. It has new suspension with improved performance and users can choose from 4 drive select modes - auto, individual, dynamic and comfort. It is expected to be released by the spring of 2017.

Another highlight during the Detroit Auto Show is the2017 Nissan Rogue Sport. It has a 2.0 liter 4 cylinder with a 141 hp and 146 lb-ft torque which is paired with the CVT. It has room for 5 passengers and has a slimmer body and it looks more athletic.

Kia introduces a sleeker design with a sporty 5-seater with 2 options: a 2.0 liter with a 255hp and 260 lb-ft of torque and 3.3-liter with twin turbo V6. The 2018 Kia Stinger offers the very first electronic adjustment suspension. Kia claims that their transmission offers fuel economy and crisp shifts.

Camry has been Toyota's well-known sedan. The 2018 Toyota Camry offers an exciting look with a wider stance and sculpted sheet metal. It is sporty and a bit futuristic inside with 3-interlinked displays: a 10-inch heads-up display, a 7-inch instrument cluster ad 8-inch display to be used for navigation. It is expected to be available by the end of summer.

The brand-new 2018 Honda Odyssey  is a handsome evolution of the existing model van. It has a 280 hp with 3.5 litre V6 which is up to 32 hp as against the previous model and linked to a nine-speed automatic. It has a new "magic slide" seat which allows it to slide back and forth in many new positions which include having the center seat removed. It also features new and cool technology to help keep the whole family happy during trips. 

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