North American International Auto Show
Just 3 months after members of the Detroit Police Officer Association warned that the “war-like” city was too dangerous and to enter at your own risk, the union’s president is saying people shouldn’t be afraid to go downtown for the Auto Show.
The wait is finally over! The public gets the chance to check out the North American International Auto Show starting this weekend.
The North American International Auto Show opens to the public Saturday in Detroit.
With thousands of people heading to Detroit for the annual North American International Auto Show at Cobo Hall, there’s no doubt that parking spaces will be hard to come by.
When you see all the technological advances at the North American International Auto Show, you’re seeing Michigan higher education at work.
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Here’s what a tech writer found wandering around the North American International Auto Show for a second straight day
Matt Roush, WWJ Tech Editor, talks with Eric Marks, Director of Interactive Marketing and Social Media for Nissan North America, about the design of their booth at the North American International Auto Show.
Headlights, grilles and other doodads are stepping up and popping out on cars: from daytime running lights that go up the hood of the new Cadillac ATS, to a wide, bold grille on the Ford Fusion, to engraving within the lamps of the new Corvette and Ford Transit.
Talking to reporters during the North American International Auto Show media preview, UAW President Bob King says the union is mapping out a strategy.