NAIAS Auto Show: Justin’s favorite rides

DETROIT, MI (WLNS) – “’Well, at least I can dream.” I’m sure that’s what many people say when they go to the annual auto show in Detroit, right?’”

And if you go to the North American International Auto Show, you’re sure to find your favorite vehicle.

Our Justin Kree has been covering the show all week, see if you agree with his top picks.

There are over 100 cars here at the North American International Auto Show in downtown Detroit.

I’ve been here all week and I am going to take you on a little tour mid-Michigan of some of my favorites.

Including this very classy BWM M-2 Coupe which is a favorite among any sports car lover.

If money was no object, you can’t go wrong with a Panamera Turbo from Porsche.

Or the Mazda CX-5, it’s pretty roomie.

Another one of my favorites here at the show is, Lincoln just unveiled the new 2017 Lincoln Continental. This classy car isn’t just for your grandfather anymore.

Another car that’s making heads turn is the Viper ACR which is built right here in the Motor City.

The 2017 Chevy Malibu, I know why it was a contender for North American International Car of the Year.

Well Mid-Michigan, I have decided, my favorite car here at the Auto Show is this beauty right here by Buick, the 2017 Buick Avista.

The Avista has a view that is making jaws drop with its panoramic instrument panel and the overall room this Coupe has to offer

“It’s all about the sense of proportion interior spaciousness. A real flowing shape from a technology perspective, 400 horse power twin turbo engine, magnetic sensing suspension on the vehicle. So it’s really intended to be an exploration into what a sport couple, a performance coupe could ultimately be for Buick,” said Tom Lichavich, advanced vehicle integration, General Motors.

It will be the look on the faces of you and me…to determine if this car will be manufactured.

“It’s done really well so far based on the blogs and the hits that we’re tracking and we’re going to continue to use what occurs next week in the public days and then beyond to engage the interest in the vehicle.”

Now it is a concept car. It hasn’t gone into production, and whether or not it will, we don’t know yet. But if it does, I’m saving my pennies today.

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