WHEN JAN 14-15, 2019 WHERE Cobo Hall, Detroit, MI URL naias.comSneak peeks and live coverage straight from the North American International Auto Show floor with thousands of photos of new vehicles and concept car debuts.
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Massive Eaton TVS blower will render big numbers

Massive Eaton TVS blower will render big numbers.

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They'll riff on ideas first explored in the Infiniti Q Inspiration concept

They'll riff on ideas first explored in the Infiniti Q Inspiration concept.

Detroit

Related to the BMW Z4, it’ll go on sale in the first half of 2019

Related to the BMW Z4, it'll go on sale in the first half of 2019

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Outdoor exhibits and driving courses are proposed for the show

Outdoor exhibits and driving courses are proposed for the show.

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A name change is also possible

A name change away from the North American International Auto Show is also possible

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Show's organizers will unveil their plans for 2020 next month

The show's organizers will unveil their plans for 2020 next month.

Detroit

But it may return someday

Audi announced today that it will be the third German luxury automaker to leave the Detroit Auto Show. The other two that announced their departures before were BMW and Mercedes-Benz. The official statement is below:

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It could anchor a larger auto festival, including the Grand Prix

There's a new twist in the ongoing discussions over switching the time frame for Detroit's annual auto show from January to October. Hometown automaker General Motors has floated an idea to remake the North American International Auto Show as a consumer-focused event in June.

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We also discuss Hyundai Accent and possible NAIAS date change

On this week's Autoblog Podcast, Editor-in-Chief Greg Migliore is joined by Green Editor John Beltz Snyder and Associate Editor Joel Stocksdale. We talk about driving the 2018 Ford Ecosport and Hyundai Accent. Joel tells us why he loves the naturally aspirated engine in our long-term Honda Ridgeline. We discuss Tesla's profitability claims, Johan de Nysschen leaving Cadillac and a possible date change for the Detroit Auto Show. As usual, we'll also spend a listener's money on a car.

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NAIAS coverage rose 40% this year

The future of Detroit's North American International Auto Show may still be in flux, as organizers mull whether to leapfrog the annual event from January to October, but new numbers around media coverage from this year's show illustrate why moving the event isn't exactly a no-brainer.

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VW doubles down on Detroit, happy to fill the space left by the others

Despite plans from fellow German carmakers BMW and Mercedes-Benz to pull out of the Detroit Auto Show in 2019, Volkswagen says it's sticking with the Motor City next year.

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Six weeks after Mercedes-Benz announced it would not attend the 2019 Detroit Auto Show, BMW has done the same. The Munich automaker provided a statement to Automotive News that read, "This decision was made as BMW Group is constantly examining our presence at trade-shows and other engagements, while, at the same time, also exploring alternative platforms and formats. The overall goal is to communicate our ideas and plans regarding future mobility in the best way and achieve the greatest possible

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How does a fall car show on the riverfront sound?

How does lovely fall weather on the riverfront sound?

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It would be the latest and largest automaker to withdraw from NAIAS

Mercedes would be the latest and largest automaker to withdraw from NAIAS.

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Talking 2019 Mercedes G-Class, new AMG 53s, inline-sixes, 48V tech and the EQ electrics

Talking 2019 Mercedes G-Class, new AMG 53s, inline-sixes, 48V tech and the EQ electrics

Detroit

Detroit News lists public's 10 favorites from NAIAS

Detroit News enlists the public's help to choose favorites from NAIAS.

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Praise for the Dodge Demon, but he gets in a dig at Ford.

Praise for the Dodge Demon, but harsh words for Ford.

Detroit

LF-1 Limitless Concept gets an even bolder one.

"It gives me an opportunity to explain why we're going down this path."

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Lexus US general manager Jeff Bracken wants the LF-1 Limitless concept in production. And he's right to.

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Join the conversation from the floor of Cobo Center at NAIAS 2018

Welcome to the conversation.

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