North American International Auto Show
‘Michigan Matters’ Looks At Red Hot Happenings! Dinosauria, Woodward Dream Cruise, Detroit Jazz Festival
With the July 4th holiday upon us, the spotlight falls on things to do on “Michigan Matters” where community leaders appear to talk about things like a new wolf exhibit and the Dinosauria display with dozens of real life replica creatures at the Detroit Zoo.
Organizers say Friday night’s Charity Preview at the North American International Auto Show was one for the record books.
Here are some key takeaways from the show, which opens to the public Saturday.
A 3-D printed car could be in your driveway sooner than you think.
Another Chinese automaker is showing vehicles this year at the auto show in Detroit, raising the perennial question about when these companies might sell in the United States.
The plummeting pump prices – now pegged by AAA at $2.13 per gallon on average – have had an “immediate impact on consumer psyche.”
Volvo unveiled three vehicles Monday at the NAIAS and new interactive technology for auto show attendees.
The U.S. auto industry, which nearly collapsed six years ago, is back with as much flash as ever.
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 Volt did and continues to do great things for the brand,” said Chevrolet marketing chief Tim Mahoney.