DETROIT -- Tuesday is shaping up to be another busy day at the North American International Auto Show!
Nissan will be the automaker to kick things off, when they show off the 2013 Nissan Leaf at 8:10 am. Nissan has been relatively quiet at the major auto shows lately, and the release of the all new Leaf marks their return to the spotlight. They're even releasing a fragrance designed around the same environmentally friendly themes as the car.
Then at 8:50 am Ford makes their mark at the auto show when they unveils the 2015 F-150 Concept. A completely revamped version of Ford's best selling pick-up, the F-150 Concept is expected to give a preview of where one of the world's most popular vehicles is headed.
Lexus and Cadillac are also set for major reveals, with Lexus showing off their redesigned Lexus IS at 9:30 am.
Fresh off winning the North American Car of the Year award yesterday, Cadillac will also be making headlines today when they show off the 2014 Cadillac ELR, an extended-range luxury electric coupe that is based on the same powertrain as the Chevy Volt. That is due to make its debut at 10:05 am.
After that, things shift over to Acura at 10:40 am, where the automaker will unveil their 2014 Acura MDX Prototype. The company says the vehicle previews the next-generation of Acura's luxury SUV.
We've also got the first unveiling ever at the North American International Auto Show by the Chinese automaker Gangzhou. That's happening at 12:25 pm.
We're also expecting a surprise from Shelby American. The company has scheduled their first unveiling since the death of Carroll Shelby. That's happening at 1:00 pm.
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