DETROIT (AP) — Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan checked out the site of the city’s upcoming auto show with a tour on Monday.
The mayor walked through the still-under-construction spots where General Motors, Fiat Chrysler, Toyota and many other automakers will show off their latest creations starting in about a week.READ MORE: Whitmer Proposes $100 Million Investment For Affordable Housing
Duggan shook hands with workers and others as he took a tour alongside Chairman Ryan LaFontaine and other officials representing the North American International Auto Show.READ MORE: Last Day To Register For 'MI Shot To Win' Scholarship Drawing Is July 30
Carmakers will debut dozens of new production vehicles and experimental concept cars during the three-day media preview, which gets underway on Sunday. Starting Jan. 20, the public can see hundreds of cars on display at the Cobo Center convention hall downtown.MORE NEWS: Whitmer: $10 Million In Emergency Relief To Help Residents Impacted By June Flooding
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