A steady flow of over 102,000 people on the last day of the show brought the total ticketed attendance to 808,775, edging out last year’s total of 803,451.
Phoenix-based Local Motors brought a large 3D printer to the floor of the North American International Auto Show to print and build a car.
Held before a sold out audience of over 800 politicos and business leaders, the DEC event – held along with co-sponsors Detroit Auto Dealers Association and CBS 62 – saw the maiden appearance of Wayne County Executive Warren Evans.
Toyota is utilizing Oculus Rift technology to demonstrate the dangers of distracted driving to teens and adults at the North American International Auto Show at Cobo Center.
WWJ AutoBeat Reporter Jeff Gilbert speaks with some of the people coming to the North American International Auto Show.
Ford utilizes live plants, technology and the company’s latest vehicles in the company’s 2015 exhibit at the North American International Auto Show in Cobo Center.
Shinola in Midtown is providing live entertainment and food trucks for the public to coincide with the downtown auto event.
There was a definite sense of excitement from politicians before the annual charity event, including from Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan and Macomb County Executive Mark Hackel.
A renovated Cobo Center with new retail stores, dining facilities and free Wi-Fi will greet the nearly 800,000 people who are expected to attend the North American International Auto Show.
Delta Air Lines opened a pop-up Sky Lounge at Cobo Center for the preview week at the North American International Auto Show.