Every January, the Saint Louis auto show allows manufacturers from the world over the chance to display their latest and greatest. Here's what 2015 had to offer.
2015 saw the debut of the new Corvette Z06, Cadillac CTS-V, Mustang and all its variants, and fourth generation Miata, just to name a few.
While Saint Louis isn't as large as Chicago or New York, it certainly sees its share of important automotive products.
GM brought several of their brand new models, Ford brought a fleet of Mustangs, and Vaughn Gittin Junior showed up to turn some tires into smoke.
In fact, Ford had quite a host of products on hand.
Including this table showing off their comically small three-cylinder ecoboost engine, which strangely enough isn't available in the US.
Here is a poorly taken size comparison photo. I'm fairly certain this is the smallest turbo on the market currently.
Not to be outdone, Chevrolet brought out some of their biggest hits this year.
Seeing and sitting in the new Stingray really brings to light the difference in quality up from the last generation Corvette.
Although Chevrolet didn't bring a new Z06 themselves, a mystery owner was gracious enough to bring theirs to the show.
Complete with the full Z07 aero package, it certainly looked sinister.
As if 650 horsepower and magnetic dampers weren't enough, the owner chose to equip this particular Corvette with black OZ Racing wheels wrapped in full slicks.
I can imagine riding shotgun in this for a couple laps of Laguna Seca would result in a few therapy appointments.