With Detroit on the rebound the Motor City’s future is looking brighter than it has in years and nowhere is the light brighter than at Cobo Center where the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) is gearing up.
The auto industry is making such tremendous inroads into driverless cars and safety that an accident free future is not out of the question within 10 years.
2014 Auto Show Chairman Bob Shuman says they’re already focusing on some big floor plan changes for next year.
Read comments heard from movers and shakers at Cobo Center during taping of a special “Michigan Matters” program which airs this Sunday 11:30 a.m. on CBS 62.
Charlie Langton toured NAIAS 2014 to learn more about the guests and employees of the various companies attending the show. Learn about everyone from a self-proclaimed “Lady Stingray” to a vehicle detailing staffer to a purveyor of sweets.
Lucky has been at Cobo Center for long time and he knows the importance of a good shine.
The two-day total slightly bests the combined first and second day numbers from 2013.
The North American International Auto Show Charity Preview took center stage among the ultramodern auto designs within the halls of Cobo Center.
This week on Michigan Matters, Host Carol Cain travels to the beautifully-renovated Cobo Ballroom during the 2014 North American International Auto Show to emcee the Detroit Economic Club/Detroit Auto Dealers Association luncheon.
Locals know of it as the Detroit Auto Show, but the the North American International Auto Show brings all aspects of the auto industry to one place.