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Don't expect to walk out of this year's North American International Auto Show and find your all your favorite cars or trucks on a dealer lot. Most models debuting won't be available for at least a year, and pricing on most wasn't revealed. Here's a list of all the reveals, when they'll be available and what they could cost.

Alfa Romeo

2015 4C Spider convertible: Available in limited numbers this summer. Pricing expected to be $60,000-$85,000.

Acura

2016 NSX: Orders taken this summer. Likely to start in mid-$150,000 range.

Audi

2016 Q7: On sale in first quarter of 2016. Current generation starts at $48,300.

2016 Q3: On sale this fall. The 2015 Q3 starts at $32,500.

Bentley

2015 Mulsanne Speed: Available now. Pricing starts around $335,000.

2016 Benteyga: SUV will go on sale in 2016. Will be less than Mulsanne, which starts north of $300,000.

BMW

2016 6-Series and M6 convertible: 6 Series Coupe, 6 Series Gran Coupe, 6 Series Convertible and M6 Convertible all expected later this year. Pricing not announced.

Buick

Avenir concept: GM executives haven't said if it will be built.

2016 Cascada: On sale early 2016. Sticker price expected to be $30,000 to $40,000.

Cadillac

2016 Cadillac CTS-V: Available this summer. Pricing not announced, but 2014 CTS-V started at about $65,000.

Chevrolet

Chevrolet Bolt concept: Crossover EV concept could be built in a couple of years if GM gives the green light. Would be priced around $30,000 after federal income tax rebate of $7,500.

2016 Chevrolet Volt: Second-generation plug-in electric vehicle available in second half of 2015. Pricing not announced, but the present Volt starts at about $35,000 and is eligible for $7,500 federal tax rebate.

Ford

2017 Ford GT: To be built in 2016. Pricing not set, but 2005-06 models sold for about $150,000.

2016 Mustang Shelby GT350R: The track-ready car will be on sale late this year. Pricing not announced, but Shelby GT350 is rumored to start around $50,000.

2017 Ford Raptor: On sale next year. Pricing not announced, but current Raptor starts at $45,000.

Honda

Honda FCV concept: Sometime in 2016. Pricing not announced.

Hyundai

Santa Cruz concept: No word if crossover pickup concept will come to market.

2016 Sonata plug-in hybrid: Available later this year in California, Connecticut, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Rhode Island and Vermont. Pricing to come.

2016 Sonata hybrid: On sale this summer. The 2015 model starts at $26,000.

Infiniti

Infiniti Q60 Concept: The precursor to a high-performance sports coupe slated to go on sale next year from Nissan Motor Co.'s luxury brand. Pricing not announced.

Jaguar

Jaguar XE: Compact sedan goes on sale in U.S. in 2016. Pricing not announced, but sells in Britain for about $40,000.

Land Rover

2016 Range Rover HSE Td6: Available by fall. Pricing not announced; current Range Rover Sport starts around $62,000.

2016 Range Rover Sport HSE Td6: Available by fall. Pricing not announced; current Range Rover Sport starts around $62,000.

Lexus

2016 GS F: Will launch late this year. Pricing not announced.

RCF GT3 Racecar: Will debut in U.S. in 2016. Pricing not announced.

Lincoln

2016 Lincoln MKX: On sale in third quarter of 2015. Pricing not announced, but current model starts at $38,900.

Maserati

Maserati Ghibli Ermenegildo Zegna Edition concept: Special edition based on Ghibli S Q4, which starts at about $78,000. It's just a concept at this point.

Mercedes-Benz

2016 C-350 plug-in hybrid: Available in limited markets this fall. Pricing not announced, but non-plug-in version starts at about $44,000.

2016 C450 AMG Sport 4MATIC: Expected this fall. Pricing not announced.

2016 GLE Coupe: Expected in August; pricing not announced.

Mini

2015 John Cooper Works Hardtop: Available in spring. Pricing starts at $31,450.

Nissan

2016 Nissan Titan: On sale later this year. Pricing not announced, but 2014 model starts at about $29,000.

Porsche

911 Targa 4 GTS: Available in late April. It will start at $132,800.

Cayenne Turbo S: Available in late April 2015. It will start at $157,300.

Ram

2015 Ram 1500 Rebel: Expected later this year. Pricing not announced.

2015 Ram 1500 EcoDiesel HFE: "High fuel-efficient" package of diesel-powered pickup available late this quarter. Pricing not announced. Diesel currently a $4,500 option when upgrading from Pentastar V-6.

Smart

2016 Fortwo Flashlight edition: In Europe, its base price is about $20,200. Look for U.S. pricing and availability soon.

Subaru

2015 SV Crosstrek Special Edition: Launches spring 2015, priced at $25,290.

Toyota

2016 Toyota Tacoma: Will launch this fall. Pricing not available, but the 2015 model starts at $20,765.

Volkswagen

Cross Coupe GTE plug-in hybrid: Concept gives hints on design for new midsize SUV, on sale next year. Pricing and name to come.

Volvo

2016 XC90 R Design: Goes on sale early next year. Pricing not announced, but current XC90 starts at around $50,000.

2016 S60 Inscription: On sale this summer. Will be priced closely to the S$45,000 S60 R-Design model.

2016 S60 Cross Country: On sale this summer. Pricing not announced.

Melissa Burden, Michael Martinez and Michael Wayland

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