North American International Auto Show
Outdoor exhibits and driving courses are proposed for the show.
A name change away from the North American International Auto Show is also possible
Mercedes would be the latest and largest automaker to withdraw from NAIAS.
This version does not appear to be a hatchback.
As you can already see, the Autoblog team is digging deep to bring you everything from the Detroit Auto Show media days today and tomorrow, with obsessive coverage of all of the new sheetmetal, hot concepts and industry news. But we're hardly alone in Cobo Hall, and our friend John McElroy and his Autoline team h
This year's North American International Auto Show in Detroit was marked by optimism. The industry is coming off a successful year, selling roughly 14.5 million units, and 2013 looks to be even better. And there's no place to better to show off the bright future of the automobile than under the bright lights in Detroit. Here are some of our favorites:
China ranks as the largest producer of automobiles in the world. The United States has long been one of the world's most welcoming markets. This would seemingly be an ideal match.
A new Corvette promised to revive the longest-running sports car in American history. A new Mercedes-Benz showcased the smaller future ahead for its classic European brand. Cadillac won its first-ever Car Of The Year award in its hometown, then debuted an extended-range electric vehicle.
Ford may make a plug-in hybrid-electric version of its Lincoln MKZ sedan for the 2013 model year, if there's customer demand for that variant, USA Today reported, citing comments Ford executive Scott Tobin made at the Detroit Auto Show recently. As it is, the 2013 MKZ will include gas-powered and hybrid vesions.
Will electric-car buyers trade away 25 miles of driving range in exchange for $2,650?
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The 2011 North American International Auto Show press preview wrapped up earlier this week, but the public days kick off Saturday, January 15th and run through next Sunday, January 23rd. If you're willing to venture out into the Great Snowpocalypse of 2011, there's more than enough for the tech-minded auto enthusiast to enjoy in Detroit, so we've compiled the most intriguing, forward-thinking concepts and production models from the floor into our very first NAIAS Auto Show Guide. Dig out your cr
Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne says the automaker plans to only offer one minivan in the future, eliminating either the Chrysler Town and Country or David Kiley
Porsche 918 Model – Click above for high-res image gallery
For the past few years, part of our auto shows preparations included listing all the manufacturers who weren't going to show. This year, things could be a little different. Porsche has announced its intention to return to the Detroit Auto Show after an absence of three years. Since the market is back up and Porsche sales have joined it, the Stuttgart marque might have decided that it sho
2010 Dodge Ram Heavy Duty Dancing on the Ceiling – Click above for high-res image gallery