North American International Auto Show 2017: Asian OEMs

Situational considerations a driving force behind changes in new models and concepts



 The 2017 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) was held from January 9 through January 22, 2017, with the show being open to the public starting January 14. The show had a total attendance of 806,554 visitors. Despite the slight decrease in attendance compared to 2016, 2017 was the fourth consecutive year in which the exhibition surpassed 800,000 visitors.

 As with all automakers attending the 2017 North American International Auto Show, Asian OEMs spent time highlighting their commitment to the development of the U.S. market. Toyota announced that it would invest USD 10 billion in the U.S. through 2022. Honda stated that 96% of its vehicles sold in the U.S. in 2016 were made in North America, and highlighted the introduction of a new ten-speed transmission built in Tallapoosa, Georgia for future models. Nissan confirmed that it produced over one million vehicles in the U.S. in 2016 and had invested USD 11 billion in U.S. manufacturing since 1981. Shortly after the auto show, Hyundai-Kia made an announcement stating that they would invest USD 3.1 billion in the U.S. over the next five years. GAC, despite focusing primarily on the Chinese market, announced that they would establish a research and development facility in Silicon Valley in 2017.

 Asian OEMs showed a number of concepts in Detroit, including the Lexus UX, Nissan Vmotion 2.0, Infiniti QX50 and the GAC EnSpirit, all of which featured styling themes with future production model applications. Furthermore, the production models on display from Asian OEMs shared a focus on the U.S. market. For example, the new Toyota Camry features a new sporty grille not typically associated with the brand to appeal to a broader audience. The Honda Odyssey emphasizes connectivity technologies to improve passenger interaction in the vehicle. GAC’s showings consisted of SUVs and crossovers, signaling of an eventual entrance into the U.S. market. The Nissan Rogue Sport looks to capitalize on the U.S. compact crossover market. Kia’s Stinger demonstrated its willingness to enter a segment traditionally led by European automakers.

 This report is the third of three reports which focus on the vehicles displayed at the 2017 North American International Auto Show. This report will focus on key vehicles shown by Asian OEMs, including Toyota, Nissan, GAC, Kia and Honda. Reports of key models shown by U.S. and European OEMs have already been released.

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Toyota Camry XSE Trim
Toyota Camry XSE Trim
Kia Stinger
Kia Stinger

Toyota highlights changes in design with new Camry, Lexus LS and Lexus UX concept

 Toyota’s key models on display at the 2017 North American International Auto Show consisted primarily of next-generation versions of popular models, specifically the Toyota Camry and Lexus LS. Both new models featured notable stylistic changes designed to evoke stronger emotions and attract customers back into the sedan segment.

2018 Toyota Camry Sedan

Toyota Camry XLE Hybrid
Toyota Camry XLE Hybrid

 Since 2002, the Toyota Camry has been the best-selling car in the U.S. The eighth generation of the Camry unveiled in Detroit utilizes the Toyota New Global Architecture (TNGA). The TNGA gives the Camry increased body rigidity, a lower center of gravity and a wider stance, emphasized by a stylish new two-piece grille with contrasting thicknesses. Compared to its predecessor, the Camry has lower hip points, a 1.6-inch lower hood, and a 1.0-inch lower roof. Combined with flowing character lines along the body, new front and rear fenders, and a rear crease emphasizing the model’s width, the 2018 Camry emphasizes an athletic appearance much more than its predecessor.

 A range of three new powertrain systems will be available for the 2018 Camry. The standard powertrain is a 2.5-liter I4 engine paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission, which is expected to provide more power and torque than the predecessor’s 178 hp and 170 lb-ft. Other available powertrains include a 3.5-liter V6 paired with the eight-speed automatic, and the next-generation Toyota Hybrid System, which combines the 2.5-liter engine with electric motors and a continuously variable transmission (CVT). The hybrid version of the Camry is expected to achieve a best-in-class fuel economy rating comparable to the Prius.

 As part of the TNGA, the Camry’s interior has been designed with a focus on the driver. All gauges and instruments are angled toward the driver, while the front passenger is provided with a sense of space and freedom. The driver receives information through a system of three available interlinked displays: a head-up display, a seven-inch display in the instrument cluster, and an eight-inch infotainment and control system in the center console. The Camry also includes a standard Toyota Safety Sense-P package. Features in the package include Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection, Full-Speed Range Dynamic Radar Cruise Control and Lane Departure Alert with Steering Assist.

 The 2018 Toyota Camry will be available in late summer 2017 and will be assembled at Toyota’s Georgetown facility, Toyota Motor Manufacturing Kentucky.

2018 Lexus LS Executive Sedan

 Previewed by the Lexus LF-FC concept first shown at the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show, Lexus unveiled the fifth generation of its flagship sedan in Detroit, the Lexus LS. The LS uses the automaker’s new global architecture for rear-wheel drive luxury vehicles (GA-L), which is the stiffest platform in Lexus’s history. The new architecture gives the LS longer and wider dimensions than its predecessor. Most of the platform’s mass is located in a lower and more centralized position in the vehicle, giving the LS a lower center of gravity. With styling characteristics such as an outer slide-type moonroof and six side windows smoothly integrated into the side pillar, the LS provides the space of a three-box sedan with the profile of a four-door coupe.

 The LS features an all-new 3.5-liter V6 twin-turbo engine developed using the automaker’s F1 technology. The engine generates 415 hp and 442 lb-ft of torque, surpassing the V8 in the older Lexus LS. A ten-speed automatic transmission used in the LC 500 is mated to the engine. Rear-wheel drive is standard on the LS, though all-wheel drive is an available option. The LS also features a new front high-mount multi-link suspension and upgraded rear low-mount multi-link suspension. Chassis control systems such as Vehicle Dynamics Integrated Management (VDIM), which controls motion across the six degrees of freedom, and Lexus Dynamic Handling (LDH), which uses independent front and rear steering, improve comfort in the vehicle.

Lexus LS Lexus LS Interior
Lexus LS Lexus LS Interior

 Luxury is evident in the interior, with available 28-way power front seats with heating, cooling and massage functions, rear seats with the same capabilities, ambient lighting inspired by Japanese lanterns, and integrated wood trim. An available Active Noise Control system reduces sounds outside the cabin, while an available 3-D Mark Levinson audio package provides a quality audio experience. The Lexus LS also features a 12.3-inch navigation display and an available 24-inch head-up display. Safety systems in the standard Lexus Safety System+ package include Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection, All-Speed Dynamic Radar Cruise Control, and Lane Keep Assist and Lane Departure Alert with Steering Assist.

 Sales for the 2018 Lexus LS will begin in late 2017. Assembly of the Lexus LS takes place in Tahara, Japan.

Lexus UX concept Luxury Crossover

 Debuting at the 2016 Paris Motor Show, the Lexus UX Concept reflects the idea that every model should have a unique character. The UX concept utilizes an “inside-out” design concept which focuses on the interplay between interior and exterior styling. This is emphasized by “X-shaped movement” both into and out of the cabin highlighted by fenders that flow into the cabin. A slightly transparent A-pillar further highlights the design theme. The rear of the UX is similar in that the bodywork flows into the cabin to form the main structure of the rear-seat headrests. The Lexus spindle grille has evolved to give a more three-dimensional appearance, highlighting the UX’s width when combined with various character lines. Even the tires support the “inside-out” theme with the wheel protruding into the rubber.

Lexus UX Concept Lexus UX Concept Interior
Lexus UX Concept Lexus UX Concept Interior

 The interior of the UX Concept highlights both a sporty driving and a comfortable passenger experience. The front features the Lexus Kinetic Seat Concept which utilizes a fiber net and is designed to actively support the driver even as he or she moves. The rear features seating that resembles a lounge sofa which is partially integrated into the back doors. In-vehicle technologies include electro-chromatic windows, and camera housings with screens that replace the side door mirrors.

Nissan unveilings show both styling and technology with Rogue Sport and concepts

 The models unveiled by Nissan at the 2017 North American International Auto Show indicate the automaker’s future direction, both in terms of styling and focus. The Nissan Rogue Sport and Infiniti QX50 demonstrates the automaker’s emphasis in its SUV lineup, while the Vmotion 2.0 showcases Nissan’s future design direction for sedans and its use of autonomous technology.

2017 Nissan Rogue Sport Compact Crossover SUV

 The 2017 Nissan Rogue Sport was designed for customers who want a vehicle with more storage and flexibility than a sedan that can still be used in urban settings. The Rogue Sport has a 2.3-inch shorter wheelbase and 12.1-inch shorter overall length compared to the Rogue, giving it additional maneuverability. With the second row folded, the Rogue Sport provides up to 61.1 cubic feet of cargo space. An available Divide-N-Hide cargo system allows for the reconfiguring of the cargo area for flexibility, while a large rear opening enables easier movement of cargo. The exterior portrays a strong presence with large fenders, sharp edges, and agile lower body sides.

Nissan Rogue Sport Nissan Rogue Sport Interior
Nissan Rogue Sport Nissan Rogue Sport Interior

 The Rogue Sport is equipped with a standard 2.0-liter I4 engine, capable of 141 hp and 147 lb-ft of torque, mated to a continuously variable transmission. Front-wheel drive is standard on the Rogue Sport, while all-wheel drive is an available option. Driver assist features in the available Nissan Intelligent Safety Shield package include Blind Sport Warning, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, Forward Emergency Braking and Lane Departure Prevention. Standard features include Hill Start Assist, Active Ride Control, Vehicle Dynamic Control and Traction Control System. The NissanConnectSM infotainment system is available with smartphone integration and SiriusXM services.

 Sales for the 2017 Nissan Rogue Sport begin in spring 2017. The 2017 Nissan Rogue Sport will be assembled in Kyushu, Japan.

Nissan Vmotion 2.0 concept Sedan

 Making its debut in Detroit, the Nissan Vmotion 2.0 concept combines Nissan’s future design direction with possible applications of Nissan’s Intelligent Mobility technology in a sedan similar in size to the Altima. One key aspect of the concept is the evolution of the V-motion front design, which can be found currently on models such as the Murano and Maxima. The V-motion grille has a three-dimensional appearance and is highlighted by character lines that flow from the front to the back. Lighting surrounding the Nissan emblem on the grille glows to indicate when the vehicle is in autonomous driving mode. A carbon finisher with silver threads provide accents to the floating roof, adding to the concept’s emotional design.

Nissan Vmotion 2.0 Concept Nissan Vmotion 2.0 Concept Rear View
Nissan Vmotion 2.0 Concept Nissan Vmotion 2.0 Concept Rear View

 The rear diffuser also glows when Nissan’s ProPilot autonomous system, expected to be capable of fully autonomous driving by 2020, is engaged. Boomerang-style taillights emphasize the concept’s width, while wrap-around rear glass and the floating C-pillar give the vehicle an aerodynamic appearance. The doors of the Vmotion 2.0 open outward, inviting passengers into an open interior without the obstruction of a pillar. The steering wheel is positioned lower than usual, such that the driver and passenger can have a clear view of the infotainment system. A large multifunctional touchpad is located on the center console, while another touchpad for rear passengers is located farther back. Individual leather seats provide comfort and support for all passengers, and Bose UltraNearfield speakers offer directional sound capabilities.

Infiniti QX50 concept Mid-size SUV

 Described as a close-to-production concept, the Infiniti QX50 was unveiled in Detroit combining new technologies with Infiniti’s “Powerful Elegance” design language. With styling inspirations from the QX Sport Inspiration concept shown at the 2016 Beijing Auto Show, the QX50 features a muscular stance, straight character lines that span from the hood to the shoulders and a clamshell hood, all of which enhance its visual length. The double-arch grille serves as a visual focus for the front of the vehicle, and the crescent-cut D-pillar further emphasizes the vehicle’s length. The exterior also plays a pragmatic role, with a cabin-forward profile and more vertical rear-hatch serving to increase interior space. The crescent-cut D-pillar also provides better visibility for passengers.

Infiniti QX50 Concept Infiniti VC-Turbo Engine
Infiniti QX50 Concept Infiniti VC-Turbo Engine

 The interior of the QX50 features a combination of wood, leather and stitching, blending different types of leathers together for a three-tone appearance. The cabin also makes a distinction between the driver and passengers, with the dashboard and touchscreen HMI encompassing the front of the vehicle. Various autonomous technologies are previewed on the QX50, which will take a proactive approach in identifying road hazards. Systems such as Predictive Forward Collision Warning, Direct Adaptive Steering and Active Lane Control will use laser scanners, radar and cameras to gather information. Another new feature on the QX50 is Infiniti’s new Variable Compression Turbo engine (VC-Turbo), the world’s first production-ready variable compression ratio engine. The 2.0-liter VC-Turbo can alter its compression ratio based on the situation and offers power and torque greater than many four-cylinder turbocharged engines.

GAC’s first main floor exhibit shows utility vehicles with GS7, GE3 and EnSpirit

 Guangzhou Automobile Group Motor Co., Ltd,’s (GAC) exhibit in 2017 marked the first time that a Chinese automaker had an exhibit on the main show floor of the North American International Auto Show. While no definitive timeline was available for when GAC’s models would enter the U.S. market, the automaker’s exhibit in Detroit highlighted its goal to globally expand its brand and presence.

2018 Trumpchi GS7 Mid-size SUV

Trumpchi GS7
Trumpchi GS7

 Developed on GAC’s Cross-Platform Modular Architecture (G-CPMA), the 2018 Trumpchi GS7 focused on global customers by presenting an SUV with distinctive design elements from GAC combined with in-house technology. The five-passenger SUV features GAC’s “Flying Dynamics 2.0” grille, character lines that turn upward, and chrome trim to emphasize a sense of energy. A 107.1-inch wheelbase provides both interior space comparable to other vehicles in its class while giving the GS7 a powerful stance. The interior includes a 10-inch central touchscreen, multi-way adjustable leather seats, wireless device charging and an in-house In-Joy HMI system.

 The GS7 utilizes a second-generation 320T 2.0-liter I4 engine, capable of generating 198 hp and 236 lb-ft of torque. The engine is mated to a six-speed automatic transmission and will be combined with an all-wheel drive system and a MacPherson Plus multi-link suspension system. Both the 320T engine and six-speed transmission are developed in-house.  Active safety technologies on the GS7 include a Brake Assist System, Forward Collision Warning System and Lane Departure Warning System.

 The 2018 GS7 will be available in China starting February 2017.

2018 Trumpchi GE3 Crossover EV

Trumpchi GE3
Trumpchi GE3

 Another model making its global debut in Detroit was the 2018 Trumpchi GE3 battery-electric crossover, which utilizes GAC’s new energy platform developed as part of the automaker’s green vehicle strategy. The GE3 features a “low-poly” shaped design, referring to a method of modelling in computer graphics that uses relatively few polygons. The design theme is evident in the GE3 with the use of simple, triangular forms throughout the vehicle. These shapes are present in the headlamps, taillamps and Flying Dynamic grille, giving the GE3 a clean appearance. The interior utilizes soft touch carbon-fiber textures and geometric elements to give a more refreshing impression.

 The GE3’s powertrain consists of a magnet synchronous electric motor with a peak power of 161 hp and a maximum torque of 214 lb-ft. Power is generated by a 47 kWh lithium-ion battery that gives the GE3 approximately 193 miles of range under the NEDC. The battery can be fully charged in eight hours using a 6.6 kW charger. The GE3 is also capable of DC fast charging, where 80% of the battery can be charged in 30 minutes using a 60 kW charger.

 The 2018 GE3 is expected to go on sale in China starting June 2017.

EnSpirit concept Hybrid Crossover

 The EnSpirit plug-in hybrid combines attributes from sedans, SUVs, and convertibles to create a flexible vehicle which emphasizes the concept of freedom and excitement. Inspired by a roaring lion, the front of the EnSpirit features headlights integrated into the “Flying Dynamic” grille, as well as an aggressive front bumper with three LED projectors. A fastback convertible cloth roof, boomerang-shaped chrome trim, dual-blade taillights, and sharp character lines further highlight the vehicle’s unique nature. The interior adds to the EnSpirit’s character with the use of bamboo trim on the door panel, console and seats.

GAC EnSpirit Concept GAC EnSpirit Concept Interior
GAC EnSpirit Concept GAC EnSpirit Concept Interior

 The EnSpirit is powered by an in-house developed 1.5-liter four-cylinder Atkinson cycle engine coupled to an electric motor. While detailed power specifications are unavailable, the EnSpirit is expected to have an electric-only range of more than 62 miles, and an overall range on a full fuel tank of more than 430 miles. The powertrain enables the EnSpirit to reach a maximum speed of approximately 100 mph with a combined cycle fuel consumption rate equivalent to 180 mpg. The concept also demonstrates considerations for last mile mobility solutions, with two wirelessly chargeable electric skateboards located in the trunk.

Kia emphasizes performance with Stinger and Soul Turbo

 Kia’s exhibit at the 2017 North American International Auto Show revolved around the debut of the Kia Stinger. Described as the “highest-performance production vehicle in the company’s history”, Kia unveiled the Stinger as an entrant into a segment traditionally dominated by premium European automakers.

2018 Kia Stinger Sports Sedan

 As one of the most anticipated models prior to the Detroit show, the 2018 Kia Stinger, based off of the Kia GT Concept shown in Frankfurt in 2011, debuted in Detroit. The five-passenger fastback sports sedan was designed based on the idea of Gran Turismo, that is, a car for spirited long-distance driving, focusing on comfort, luxury, grace and performance. The exterior gives a sense of powerful confidence, with a fastback profile, low cabin, angled windshield and backlight, and wide front and rear tracks. Its muscular stance is furthered by strong shoulders, a long hood, short front overhang, extended wheelbase and long rear overhang.

Kia Stinger Kia Stinger Rear View
Kia Stinger Kia Stinger Rear View

 The Kia Stinger has a wheelbase of 114.4 inches, longer than segment competitors including the Audi A4, BMW 4 Gran Coupe and Mercedes CLS. The Stinger also has a longer length at 190.2 inches and width at 73.6 inches than other models in the segment, providing more space both in the cabin and cargo area. A chassis comprised of 55% advanced high-strength steel adds rigidity and improves NVH characteristics. Two drivetrain options will be offered with the Kia Stinger. The standard drivetrain is a 2.0-liter turbocharged I4 capable of 255 hp and 260 lb-ft. The available 3.3-liter twin-turbo V6 engine generates 365 hp and 376 lb-ft of torque. Both engines are mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission. The Stinger is available in rear- and all-wheel drive. Models with all-wheel drive will have a Dynamic Torque Vectoring Control system to divert torque as needed.

 A number of driver assist technologies are featured on the Kia Stinger, such as a new Driver Attention Alert system to combat distracted driving. Other systems include Forward Collision Assistance with Autonomous Emergency Braking, Advanced Smart Cruise Control, Lane Keep Assist and Rear Cross Traffic Alert. Advanced technology is also featured in the Stinger’s connectivity and infotainment options, which include a height adjustable head-up display, wireless device charging, seven-inch touchscreen with the UVO telematics system, and a high-performance audio system.

 Sales for the 2018 Kia Stinger in the U.S. are expected to begin in late 2017.

2017 Kia Soul Turbo Compact Crossover

Kia Soul Turbo
Kia Soul Turbo

 Making its North American debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show in November 2016, the 2017 Kia Soul Turbo adds a new powertrain to the existing Kia Soul, along with additional trim features. The Soul Turbo features a new 1.6-liter turbocharged I4 engine which provides 201 hp and 195 lb-ft of torque. This contrasts with the original two powertrains offered on the Soul, a 1.6-liter I4 which generates 130 hp and 118 lb-ft of torque, and a 2.0-liter I4 that supplies 161 hp and 150 lb-ft of torque. The new engine also has better fuel economy, providing 28 mpg combined compared to 27 mpg for the other two engines. The 1.6-liter turbo engine is mated to a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission.

 Trim additions to the Soul Turbo include exclusive 18-inch wheels, red-accented body trim, chrome trim on the grille, dual chrome twin-tip exhaust pipes and a unique Soul tailgate badge. The interior adds new features such as a leather-wrapped D-shaped steering wheel, pushbutton start and Kia’s UVO3 telematics and infotainment system with Harman Kardon audio system. Driver assist features such as Rear Cross Traffic Alert and Blind Spot Detection are also available. The 2017 Kia Soul Turbo is assembled in Gwangju, South Korea and is currently available.

Honda debuts next generation of popular Odyssey minivan

 With the debut of the Odyssey at the 2017 North American International Auto Show, Honda focused on maintaining its position as one of the leaders in the U.S. minivan segment, despite challenges from other automakers. The all-new Odyssey focuses on providing technologies that support comfort and convenience, while also featuring improvements in performance and style.

2018 Honda Odyssey Minivan

Honda Odyssey
Honda Odyssey

 As one of the best-selling minivans in the U.S. for seven consecutive years, the unveiling of the new 2018 Honda Odyssey aims to build on its popularity by adding technology and features that provide comfort and convenience. The Odyssey also features various changes which improves the minivan’s performance, such as a new body which is comprised of materials including ultra-high-strength steel, aluminum and magnesium. Use of these materials reduces the Odyssey’s weight by up to 96 pounds and increases torsional rigidity by 44% over its predecessor. The Odyssey’s exterior features a new design which improves aerodynamics and an Active Shutter Grille for improved fuel efficiency.

 The Connected Cabin Concept highlights the importance of connectivity within the Odyssey. An 8-inch Display Audio touchscreen system is located in the front, compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Rear passengers have access to a ceiling-mounted rear entertainment system, which can be controlled by a smartphone app. The new CabinWatch camera system allows the driver and front passenger to see passengers in the second and third rows during the day or night, while the new CabinTalk system allows the driver to talk to rear passengers through speakers or headphones. Another feature is the Magic Slide seating system, which allows second-row seating to be reconfigured for optimal passenger comfort, cargo space, or third-row access, depending on the need. Honda Sensing safety features will be standard in higher trim levels, and will include Collision Mitigation Braking System, Lane Keeping Assist, Road Departure Mitigation and Adaptive Cruise Control.

 The Odyssey will be powered by a 3.5-liter i-VTEC V6 engine that generates 280 hp, a 32 hp improvement over its predecessor. Depending on the trim, the engine will be mated to either a nine-speed automatic transmission or ten-speed automatic, providing front-wheel drive capability. Combined with the model’s improved aerodynamic design, the Odyssey is expected to achieve best-in-class performance and fuel economy. Other features include a new Dual-Pinion Electric Power Steering system, a stronger braking system and Honda’s Intelligent Traction Management system with Agile Handling Assist to improve control.

 The 2018 Honda Odyssey launches in spring 2017. The Odyssey and its engine will be manufactured at Honda’s plant in Lincoln, Alabama, while its ten-speed automatic transmission will be produced at the automaker’s plant in Tallapoosa, Georgia.

Subaru offers refreshed WRX and WRX STI with new performance and safety features

 Despite the lack of a press conference at the 2017 North American International Auto Show, Subaru highlighted its presence in the U.S. market by showing the updated 2018 Subaru WRX and WRX STI, two models targeting the performance sedan segment.

2018 Subaru WRX and WRX STI Sports Sedan

 The refreshed 2018 Subaru WRX and WRX STI featured changes emphasizing improved performance and comfort. The exteriors of both models have a restyled front fascia, a more distinct grille, and larger lower grille opening. Cabin noise has been reduced through thicker door glass, changes in door sealing and a foam-filled windshield header beam. Both models also feature a larger multi-function display, an available StarLink 7-inch infotainment unit, an available EyeSight Driver Assist system with Vehicle Hold and EyeSight Assist Monitor which displays status messages and alerts on the windshield.

Subaru WRX Subaru WRX STI
Subaru WRX Subaru WRX STI

 Despite the update, the powertrains for the WRX and WRX STI remain unchanged from the previous version. The WRX uses a 2.0-liter four-cylinder boxer engine which generates 268 hp and 258 lb-ft of torque, while the WRX STI has a 2.5-liter four-cylinder boxer engine that provides 305 hp and 290 lb-ft of torque. The WRX features Symmetrical All Wheel Drive and Active Torque Vectoring, while WRX STI uses a revised Driver Control Center Differential (DCCD) all-wheel drive system. Both models have new suspension systems to improve stability and comfort. A six-speed manual transmission is standard for the WRX and WRX STI, while a CVT is available for the WRX.

 Both the 2018 Subaru WRX and WRX STI will be available in the U.S market beginning in spring 2017.

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