NAIAS Gallery


After taking some time to digest all of Detroit’s goodness, we can now offer our finished gallery. With over 500 shots from the combined talents of Richard Owen, Julien Constans and Stephan Bauer, we must have one of the more complete reports available.

Among the debuts, Supercars.net picks the Mazda Ryuga as the top supercar of Detroit, but a special mention has to go to Mercedes-Benz for their refreshing ice-rink display, complete with a floor-to-ceiling frozen wall.

While we were busy at Detroit, three other auto shows around the world also debuted some exciting cars : Mugen offered the Open-Top Pure Sports Concept at the Tokyo Auto Salon, Apex unveiled the Jaguar XKR GT3 at Autosport International in the UK and the newest supercar manufacturer, Beck, presented an exciting new product at the luxury motor show in Vienna.

Also in the news is Peugeot’s first test with their LeMans contender. They reveal that Jacques Villeneuve will drive the car and we have the first official pictures of it driving around the Paul Ricard Circuit.