5 places to go if you’re missing Detroit’s auto show

For more than three decades, January has meant a return of the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) to Detroit. This year, the event is moving to June 13-20, and will take advantage of warmer weather to expand outside of the TCF Center, formerly Cobo Hall, to the streets of the Motor City. While the change presents

5 places to go if you’re missing Detroit’s auto show2020-03-04T13:52:50-05:00

Detroit auto show moving from January to June

In many ways, it's difficult to imagine January in Detroit without journalists and aficionados from around the world descending upon the Motor City to investigate, contemplate, and celebrate the automotive industry. Yet, in 2020, January will move over and make way for June to play host to a completely reinvented North American International Auto Show (NAIAS). The

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Ford returns the movie star Mustang to the public eye

Movie fans and car aficionados often unite when it comes to their feelings about a certain Highland Green 1968 Ford Mustang GT fastback. The car was driven by Steve McQueen in what many consider the greatest car chase scene in movie history through the streets of San Francisco in Bullitt. Back then cars that appeared in movies

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8 other ways to enjoy Detroit during the auto show

It’s time once again for the North American International Auto Show, which will take the Motor City by storm January 20th-28th. Cars are of course the stars of this annual extravaganza, but with the ever-changing cityscape of Detroit, it is also a phenomenal time to explore the metropolis. Here are 8 ways to make the most of your

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