Arguably the world's most prestigious and important vehicle exhibition, the Auto Show is the Motor City's chance to show off ... More
North American International Auto Show
Arguably the world's most prestigious and important vehicle exhibition, the Auto Show is the Motor City's chance to show off its top products to the world. It is a dazzling display of the latest models and automotive innovations. Since 1989, it has hosted more than 620 vehicle introductions. It attracts close to a million visitors over its nine days in mid-January. Forty manufacturers put about 750 vehicles on display. There is plenty of glitz and glamour, but the emphasis is on the products, and it is a car-lover's candy store.
If you love Automobiles, then this is for you! it's fun to see all the new cars and how they display some of them. The only draw back is at times Cobo Hall can get very very very packed! you can bearly move or even see anything at times. Other than that, it's fun and something to do during the week and weekend.
This reminds everyone that Detroit is the automotive capitol of the world. Carmakers from around the world bring their best for the North American International Auto Show.
Besides all the great new cars, you also see concept cars and future technology displays. Last year I went twice!
If you like cars, the NAIAS is an event you don't want to miss! Whether you're into fast cars, luxury cars, SUVs, prototypes or anything else, you'll find it here. Because of a massive blizzard this past winter, I couldn't attend. But the previous year, things were, as usual, flashy and glamourous! They had a Monster Garage exhibit featuring vehicle creations from the actual show. That was cool.
I'm a BMW kind of guy, so the exhibits for those cars caught my attention. Especially the chance to sit in an M series. Again, I say WOW.
It's not just to show off the new cars though. There are quite a few areas of technology featured there. It's all very interesting, and very crowded. I guess that just means it's the place to be. A popular attraction.
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