Watch the 2016 Detroit Auto Show livestreamed on Autoblog

Our Webcast Runs Monday And Tuesday, January 11 and 12

We're pretty excited about this one. The whole Autoblog crew is descending on Cobo Center in Detroit this week to bring you live video coverage of the 2016 North American International Auto Show. The fun begins bright and early on the first press day, Monday, January 11.

Starting at 7:30 am Eastern, we'll have live feeds from the press conferences, showing you all of the big debuts and announcements in real time. In between, we'll be bringing you interviews with industry leaders like Ford's Mark Fields and Carlos Ghosn from Renault-Nissan. Your hosts will be Jessi Combs and Patrick McIntyre from The List and Jonathon Buckley from Translogic, and they'll be joined by Autoblog editors to give you analysis of what's being discussed and unveiled at every press conference. Monday's coverage ends with a live presentation of the 2016 Autoblog Technology of the Year Awards from our stage.

And that's just day one. We'll be back at it on Tuesday, January 12, from 7:55 am Eastern with more of everything. Plus, we'll wrap both days with roundtable discussions and recaps from a group of Autoblog editors. If you miss any of it, each segment will be available for on-demand viewing on our Live page.

Other Detroit highlights:
  • We're giving away sets of four tickets to public days at the show. More on that soon.
  • We've put together a spotters guide to get you prepped for what'll be on display.
  • If you're attending the show, stop by the Autoblog booth on the concourse to try out our virtual reality experience.
  • And of course don't miss our usual extensive coverage in photos, words, and video on the site, which is already well underway.

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