Visitors to the upcoming Brussels Motor Show – which starts January 11, and is expected to draw some 350,000 visitors – will have to focus all of their attention on the vehicles this year, as event organizers have asked the automakers to keep the eye-candy "appropriately dressed" on the show's floor and exhibits.
Our post on China's "Tiger mom" phenomenon was illustrated with that above picture; it's the Jeep Wrangler Dragon Design Concept at the 2012 Beijing Motor Show, accompanied by a booth professional. The model – her, not the Jeep – made a fair few friends in the Autoblog Comments section, but it turns out she and her kind attracted the ire of the Chinese authorities.
Maybe more so than at any other show besides SEMA, the girls are just as important as the cars at the Hot Import Nights shows. And when you're talking about the VIP version of HIN, the quality should be kicked up a notch, and we weren't disappointed. The lovely ladies of L.A. included professional models, car chicks, race drivers, employees who just felt like strutting their stuff while discussing their products, even a few Playboy bunnies. Not all of them were locals, some we talked to were fro
The team is back from Las Vegas, having finished our marathon coverage of SEMA. To say that place is huge would be an understatement. The amount of hours it takes to walk that show is unbelievable. With 1,000,000 square feet of exhibit space and 2,000 vehicles displayed, the four of us had a hard time getting it all covered. Before you pull out the violins for us, however, know that SEMA is a lot of fun, as you might imagine. The outrageous cars and product ideas had a way of keeping us smiling
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