I walked away from this year’s North American International Auto Show in Detroit feeling comforted.
That hasn’t always been the case.
There’s been auto shows where I’ve winced when the wraps were removed, revealing questionable vehicles beneath. They’d either be too big, or too cramped, or not really a hybrid, leaving me to wonder who’d buy ‘em.
But this year, it’s been a mix bag and what’s in the bag isn’t all bad.
Some of my favorites:
Cadillac SRX Crossover: It’s has crisp lines and silhouettes, and an angular front-end that looks aristocratic.
General Motors Corp. also unveiled a Cadillac CTS wagon that suited my fancy. It’s a wagon that has nothing to do with those station wagons of yore. Very contemporary, very right now.
And I would be a dud if I didn’t mention the Cadillac Converj. This concept car oozed sleekness.
To read more, check out this brief piece on new 2009/2010 models like the new Ford Taurus.
Enjoy. – MP