Mazda NAIAS Display, Volvo NAIAS Display, and Even More Displays (Oh My!)
Also on display was the SKYACTIV® Technology-powered 2014 Mazda Prototype, likewise in red but boldly bearing the word “SKYACTIV” all over its body (to really drive home the fact that it was powered by SKYACTIV, in case we weren’t aware…).
Across the way was Volvo, which was spinning the XC Coupe Concept on its biggest turntable. Ahead of the concept’s release, a Volvo press release explained the statement that the XC Coupe would make: “The next chapter in Volvo Cars’ new design story showcases how the company’s famous safety technology as well as a contemporary Scandinavian active lifestyle could be integrated into the new architecture.”
The Volvo NAIAS display also featured the V60 and the XC60, among several others.
Itching to see the Stingray, Marci and I sped past the Land Rover and Jaguar displays, stopping only to snap a few photos. The General Motors displays were much too enticing to waste any more time.
Check out all the other pit stops on my tour through NAIAS:
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