The Four New Cars Making Noise at the Chicago Auto Show So Far

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The Chicago Auto Show is underway and the news is already rolling out. Several car manufacturers have already begun unveiling new models or technologies that will grab headlines in the auto industry. MarketScale has caught up with several of the world’s most notable brands to see what is hitting the road in 2019.
Acura NSX
This two-door halo sports car comes in all-wheel drive. New to this year’s edition are tweaks to the car’s engine software, tires and chassis. The NSX sports an EPA-estimated fuel economy of 21 mpg and 22 mpg highway.
 
Toyota Tacoma
Toyota’s latest mid-sized five-seat pickup truck also is undergoing change this year. Most of the upgrades are to the Tacoma’s interior, with two new USB ports, JBL audio and off-road air intake. A moonroof will also add a luxurious element to the car.
2020 Ford Explorer
Ford’s flagship F-150 is touted for its towing capacity, but the 2020 Explorer is no slouch. The SUV can tow up to 5,000 pounds when equipped with a Class III Trailer Tow Package. For hauling items in-car, the Explorer offers 87 cubic feet of space behind its front row of seats.
Lexus LS 500 F Sport
Lexus claims this model boasts the luxury brand’s most dynamic control system, but it also has impressive speed. It can hit 60 mph in 4.6 seconds and possesses 416 horsepower. Lexus’ latest Sport starts at $81,300.
Stay tuned for much more from the Chicago Auto Show this weekend and all next week. MarketScale will bring you the latest car debuts and thought leadership.

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