In pics: Global automakers flash the chrome in Detroit Auto Show

Photo: Reuters” class=”imgCont” height=”464″ src=”http://bsmedia.business-standard.com/_media/bs/img/article/2018-01/14/full/1515928424-2912.jpg” title=”Buick Avenir SUV” width=”620″>A worker details a 2018 Buick Avenir SUV on the display floor before the start of Press Days for the North American International Auto Show at Cobo Center in Detroit. Photo: Reuters Toyota Avalon: Toyota Motor Corp’s range-topping Avalon sedan gets a full redesign for 2019, but faces dwindling demand from U. S. consumers for fancy four-doors. Volkswagen Jetta: The compact Jetta range, which shares underpinnings with the Volkswagen AG Golf, is being reworked for model year 2019. GAC GS8 crossover: Chinese automaker GAC Motor returns to the Detroit show with a new flagship crossover model, the GS8. GAC GA8 sedan: GAC describes its GA8 as a “signature sedan,” one that may be aimed at the redesigned Toyota Avalon. CONCEPT GAC electric concept: GAC says its concept electric car “targets the young generation in the U. S. market.” Infiniti Q Inspiration: Nissan Motor Co Ltd’s premium Infiniti brand teases a possible successor to its Q70 sedan. Lexus LF1 Limitless: Toyota’s premium Lexus brand provides a sneak preview of a future top-of-the-line crossover model. Workers construct the display area for Cadillac before the start of Press Days for the North American International Auto Show at Cobo Center in Detroit. Photo: ReutersWorkers construct the display area for Cadillac before the start of Press Days for the North American International Auto Show at Cobo Center in Detroit. Photo: Reuters

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