New Ford GT, New Acura NSX, Buick Flagship Concept: Car News Headlines

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New Ford GT, 2015 Detroit Auto Show

New Ford GT, 2015 Detroit Auto Show

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We’re most of the way through the first day of the 2015 Detroit Auto Show, and boy has it been a great show. Without doubt the star has been Ford’s new GT supercar, which will be roaring into showrooms next year with carbon fiber construction, a dual-clutch transmission, and more than 600 horsepower under the hood.

Another mid-engine supercar on show in Detroit was Acura’s new NSX. Rather than brute power, the Acura stands out from the crowd thanks to a sophisticated hybrid drivetrain combining a twin-turbo V-6, dual-clutch transmission and trio of electric motors.

Buick surprised many with a new concept car hinting at a potential flagship for the brand. It’s based around the new rear-wheel-drive Omega platform, which makes its production debut in the Cadillac CT6 sedan later this year.

You’ll find all of this and more in today’s car news right here at Motor Authority—and for our complete Detroit Auto Show coverage be sure to visit our dedicated hub.

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