The Detroit auto show will feature 30 new vehicle debuts in its final year in January before moving to June in 2020.
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The Detroit auto show will feature 30 new vehicle debuts in its final year in January before moving to June in 2020.

Photo courtesy of NAIAS.

Manufacturers are expected to debut 30 new vehicles at the Detroit auto show in January that could include the Ford Bronco SUV, Cadillac XT6 luxury SUV, Toyota Supra sport coupe, Ford Mustang Shelby GT500, and Lexus RC F luxury performance coupe, reports the Detroit News.

Other vehicles expected to be shown include Volkswagen's 2020 Passat midsize sedan, a concept battery-electric Infiniti crossover, and an undetermined new vehicle from Lexus.

Ram, Nissan, Kia, Hyundai, Subaru, and GAC are also planning news conferences at the show, which is formally known as the North American International Auto Show. This year, the show is the last one that scheduled for January. It will run from Jan. 12-27. Starting in 2020, the show will move to June.

A group of journalists will also announce their picks for the truck, car, and SUV of the year. Finalists were announced in November.

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