The annual North American International Auto Show, held every year in Detroit, is a Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory of reveals for car fans, with pretty much every automaker on hand to take the wraps off their latest and greatest concepts and production cars. That includes several of the brands we sell in the Steve Landers Auto Group! We’re proud of the brands we sell, and we’re always understandably excited when our partners come out with something new for us to deliver to the folks who keep the lights on around here: our customers!

Seen below are our favorite automotive reveals from the 2019 North American Auto Show in Detroit, all of which are coming soon to a friendly Landers Dealership near you! So read on for all the new cars, trucks and SUVs that have us stoked to see the transports rolling onto the lot in the months to come!

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Ram reveals the new 2019 Ram HD trucks!
There was some big, big, big news for Ram, both literally and figuratively, with the debut of the all-new 2019 Ram 2500HD and 3500HD, their next-gen heavy duty trucks. Building on the styling of the gorgeous, redesigned 2019 Ram 1500, the 2019 Ram HD models kick things up a notch with a unique grille, larger front bumper, and a more muscular take on the headlamps and hood. For those who are serious about towing and hauling, the 2019 Ram HD’s magic number is 1,000: 1,000 lb.-ft. of torque that is, a world-beating number from the new 6.7-liter Cummins Turbo-Diesel High Output, which features tow-the-world towing capacity of up to 35,100 pounds and max payload of 7,680 pounds. Your backside will appreciate the new 2019 Ram HD’s luxury-car-like comfort and ride, thanks to features like active noise cancellation, Frequency Response Damping shocks that automatically adjust the suspension quality for different conditions, progressive springs, and Ram HD’s exclusive five-link coil suspension. At the same time, Ram introduced the all-new 2019 Dodge Power Wagon, the most capable 4x4 pickup in the industry. It even comes standard with a 12,000 pound winch! Too much to say about the new Ram HD trucks to include it all here, so hit the press release from Ram parent company FCA for more details.

Toyota Revives the Supra!
For fans of fast Japanese tuner cars, few names stir the blood like Toyota Supra. Last seen on American streets over 20 years ago, the Supra has since become a motorsports legend, with classic examples selling for tens of thousands of dollars. The legend returns with Toyota’s NAIA reveal of the new 2020 Toyota Supra in Detroit. In addition to being packed with go-fast goodies, it’s an absolute beauty. One look at the incredible shape of the new Supra, bristling with functional air ducts and sharp lines, with a Formula-1 inspired grille up front, shows that this is a street fighter designed to take on American pony cars like the latest versions of the new Chevy Camaro, Dodge Challenger, and Ford Mustang. If you want one, though, you’d better move fast! Scheduled to go on sale in Summer 2019, the initial run of 2020 Supra models bound for the U.S. is pegged at only 1,500 cars, all of which will be either Absolute Zero White, Nocturnal Black, or Renaissance Red, with red mirror caps and 19-inch matte black forged aluminum wheels. Under the hood is a 3.0-liter turbocharged inline six-cylinder producing 335 horsepower and 365 lb.-ft. of torque, backed by an 8 speed auto with steering-wheel-mounted paddle shifters. all of which should make the light, agile and aerodynamic 2020 Supra move faster than bad news. Got that burning desire for a new Supra? Get on the horn to Steve Landers Toyota right now and we’ll see we can make some magic happen. For full details, check out this press release from Toyota:

Kia launches the all-new 2020 Telluride SUV
A big, bold move from Kia at this year’s NAIA as well, with the debut of their full-size 2020 Telluride luxury SUV. The biggest and most powerful vehicle Kia has ever built, the Telluride is a clear sign that KIA hopes to break into the market that’s commanded by well-appointed SUVs like the Ford Explorer, and Chevrolet Tahoe and Toyota Land Cruiser, It was designed specifically for the U.S. market, and the attention to detail is on display everywhere you look.  Inside, there’s room for eight, with refined appointments and soft-touch materials. A wide console is appointed with premium brightwork and trim, with a spacious, quiet cabin you’d expect from a real player in a key segment of the automotive world. Outside, the 2020 Kia Telluride shows its chops as well, with a long hood and wide grille with tasteful chrome, stacked headlamps, L-shaped tail-lights with LED, and polished nameplates on the hood and hatch. SUVs are all about projecting power, and that’s easier in the 2020 Kia Telluride, thanks to the 3.8-liter GDI V6, with a robust 291 horsepower and 262 lb.-ft. of torque. Backed by an 8-speed automatic, with a four-wheel independent suspension that self-levels while towing and four driver-selectable drive modes, the powertrain package is good for standard towing of up to 5,000 pounds. For full details, check out the press release at:

Cadillac unveils the new 2020 XT6
For well over 100 years now, Cadillac has been known for their dedication to building some of the world’s finest automobiles. Since the debut of the Cadillac Escalade two decades ago, Caddy has been big on SUVs, and they just introduced one of their best ever at the NAIA: the all-new 2020 Cadillac XT6! Designed to play Mama Bear between the full-size Escalade and the midsize luxury of the Cadillac XT5 crossover, the 2020 XT6 features three rows of seating, beautiful styling, and the cutting-edge technology and interior comfort that has long defined the brand. Outside, the lines are classic and crisp, with a purposeful, European flair and a bold and athletic look. Inside, Cadillac brings their considerable craftsmanship and attention to detail to play, with available features like polished exotic woods, hand-polished trim and supple semi-aniline leather seating. The exclusive Sport model gets racing inspired carbon-fiber details inside. Filling an exceptionally quiet cabin is Cadillac’s first partnership with premium audio maker Bose, with 14 custom-tuned speakers and concert-quality sound, while an on-board air-ionizer keeps the cabin air fresh and free from outside contaminants. Cadillac performance is there too, with a Dual-Overhead Cam 3.6-liter V6 pumping out a robust 310 horsepower. For the ultimate in sure-footed handling, check out Cadillac’s advanced twin-clutch All-Wheel Drive system, with active yaw control, plus the available Continuous Damping Control with active handling and a faster steering ratio, for more smiles per mile. Click here to read the press release from Cadillac for full details:
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