Day two of the Detroit Auto Show provided almost the same level of impressive debuts. The day started out with Cadillac show released two versions of the CTS: a concept coupe and the 550 bhp CTS-V. The next impressive conference came from Chrysler who debuted three concept cars to represent the design ethics of Dodge, …

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 …

Supercar debuts aren�t typical at Detroit, but Audi have taken the opportunity to debut the R8 everyone�s always wanted–well almost. For the show they have prepared a concept version of the R8 with their Diesel V12 engine shoehorned in the bay. This is the first oil-burning supercar to appear, and one of the few that …

Now that the first day is over we can offer a short preview Detroit’s goodness. Despite a huge focus on fuel efficiency, many manufacturers dished out some exotic concepts. Both Acura and Mazda get top marks for rolling out some innovative and interesting cars. Be sure to visit our gallery often, as we will be …