The Detroit auto show gets unbelievable international coverage from thousands of journalists, and they're all hoping to come out of the show with some kind of scoop. But with everyone attending the same press conferences and interviewing the same executives, that's practically impossible to do. And yet, this year they made it easy for me to get my own scoop, because most of the media ignored what may be the most important design awards in the industry.
The car show EyesOn Design will be held this year on Father's Day, June 18th in Michigan's Grosse Pointe Shores. 212 vehicles, which are divided into 15 categories, will be on display to showcase the "emotion and character" of automotive design. Categories reflect art themes such as Pop Art, Renaissance, and Art Deco.
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