There are lessons to be learned from painful times the Detroit Three automakers were forced to go through to survive. These lessons could set the pace for the Motor City as it prepares to recalibrate and downsize.
Show organizers say 102,918 people were looking at the more than 500 cars and trucks on display Sunday. More than 92,000 people were at opening day Saturday.
Sunday’s 16th Annual Urban Wheel Awards is the Official Multicultural Event of the North American International Auto Show. The festivities get underway with a reception in honor of William “Bill” Perkins, the show’s first African-American chairman.
Detroit Mayor Dave Bing stops by the Michigan Matters studio to give Carol Cain an update on what is happening in the city.