What not to miss at the last Chicago Auto Show

The Chicago Auto Show, which ended last Monday, is a must-attend event in the automotive industry in the United States. Electric and hybrid vehicles were not in the spotlight for this edition. 

The manufacturers instead took advantage of the event to unveil the latest versions of their already existing models.
Discover the novelties that marked the attention of visitors who were several hundred thousand crossing the doors of the Show this year.

Range Rover Evoque

The first generation of this luxurious model has enjoyed tremendous international success. The manufacturer Range Rover presented its second generation at the show. The latter has benefited from several aesthetic and technical changes.


The headlights have been further extended and look like they are mistaken for those of the Range Rover Velars. The big changes are in the cabin, which is now more minimalist thanks to its dashboard almost entirely composed of controls integrated into touch screens.

Discover this racing car in the video below.

2019 Volkswagen Jetta GLI

Completely redesigned, the 2019 Volkswagen Jetta GLI now has a much sharper style. It is fitted with 18-inch alloy wheels, a black front grille and a small rear spoiler. Under its hood, there is a 2-liter turbocharged 228-horsepower four-cylinder. The students of our auto mechanics training will see the first models on our roads this summer.
Discover in the video below the images of the all-new 2019 Volkswagen Jetta GLI.

2019 Mazda MX-5 30th Anniversary Edition

To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Mazda MX-5, the Japanese automaker unveiled a special edition at the Chicago Auto Show. 165 units of this special model will be delivered in Canada, one per dealership. The auto-repair mechanics working for Mazda will get this model in their dealership this summer. The Mazda MX-5, 30th anniversary edition, is distinguished by its orange Racing color that can be found everywhere, especially on the gear lever, the seat stitching or the doors and dashboard. Customers wishing to purchase this rare model will have to pay between $ 44,200 (for the 6MT version) and $ 47,200 (for the 6AT version), plus $ 1,795 to cover delivery and preparation costs.

Discover in the video below the images of the all-new 2019 Mazda MX-5 30th anniversary edition.

Did you miss the novelties presented at the last Detroit Auto Show? Take a look at our article: What you should not miss at the Detroit Auto Show to discover the most beautiful devotions presented during this last edition.

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