The 10 major disclosures of the auto Show in Chicago

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The auto Show of Chicago it may not be the presence of those of New York or Detroit, but it remains an unmissable event in the american industry.

Once again this year, builders have taken advantage of their presence in the windy city to unveil versions of refreshed or new variants of their existing models already existing.

Here are the 10 disclosures that have caught our attention this edition 2019 of the auto Show of Chicago.


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Subaru Legacy 2020


For 2020, the Subaru Legacy boasts an updated aesthetic and an interior that is reworked, which can now incorporate a touch-screen display vertical 11.6-inch. Under the hood, Subaru drops the engine, optional six-cylinder and replaces it with a block four-cylinder turbocharged 2.4-litre.


Nissan Qashqai 2020


The Nissan Qashqai was presented as a grind slightly reworked to 2020. Its grille with a “V-Motion” is now more impressive and is more similar to that with the Rogue. The infotainment system has also been upgraded and is now compatible with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. The Qashqai retains its mechanical four-cylinder engine of 141 horsepower.


Toyota RAV4 TRD Off-Road 2020


Back in a new generation for 2019, the RAV4 will be offered in a variant, TRD Off-Road, focusing on driving off-road. The changes are primarily cosmetic, but Toyota also ensures to have reworked the suspension and installed the tires to be more efficient off the beaten track.

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Toyota Tacoma 2020


Still at Toyota, it has reworked the compact pickup Tacoma to the year 2020. No one reinvents certainly not the wheel, but the japanese manufacturer offers an array of cosmetic changes and technological improvements.


Volkswagen Jetta GLI 2019


After a small break in 2018, the Volkswagen Jetta GLI is back in 2019! It is equipped with a suspension lowered by 1.5 cm compared to the Jetta regularly. It uses a turbo engine of 2.0-litre, 228-horsepower and a torque of 258 pounds-foot.


Mazda MX-5 edition 30th anniversary


It is at the auto Show in Chicago that the Mazda MX-5 (aka Miata) was presented to the public for the first time. 30 years later, the manufacturer pointed out that with a special edition of its little roadster. Dressed in a body-orange and rim RAYS of 17 inches, it is certainly not gone unnoticed.


Kia Sportage 2020


The Kia Sportage was due for a small update, and this is in full what was presented at the auto Show in Toronto. Slightly redesigned from an aesthetic point of view, the Sportage is available with several technologies and driver assistance as well as a new touch screen of 8 inches.


Nissan Pathfinder Rock Creek Edition 2019


Failure to submit a new generation of its aging Pathfinder, Nissan has lifted the veil on the variant Rock Creek. Comes standard with wheels, black, 18-inch, skid plates, exclusive colors and a towing package allowing it to tow up to 6000 pounds, the Rock Creek will be available in the variations SV and SL in the Pathfinder as early as this spring.

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Chevrolet Silverado HD 2020


After unveiling its new Silverado 1500 last year, Chevy has taken advantage of the Chicago Show to introduce the variant Heavy Duty (HD) of its full-size truck. With a V8 turbo diesel 6.6 liters, this monster can tow a load of up to 35 500 books!!!!


Toyota Sequoia TRD Pro 2020


After the Tacoma, the 4Runner and the Tundra, it is the turn of the big Sequoia to host a variant TRD Pro in its alignment. A beautiful way to remind motorists that the Sequoia is alive and well, and even though it has almost not been changed since 2011.