Following a week of media and industry previews at the 2016 Annual North American International Auto Show in Detroit, MI., the general public will have the opportunity to view the latest tow vehicles, concept cars, cross-over SUVs and vast range of current automotive designs and innovations, starting January 16 through to January 24.
To date, reviews of the 28th annual event have been nothing but positive. According to show producers, the media and industry members saw a show floor and exhibits that were completely redesigned, representing approximately a $200 million investment on the part of automakers, suppliers and partners.
Show officials reported that 5,068 journalists from 60 countries attended the two-day Press Preview that has become synonymous with generating news that shapes the future of the industry and attracts the world’s top automotive leaders.
“We enjoyed the confidence of automakers who selected our show and the heart of the industry, the Motor City, as the backdrop for their new product reveals,” said 2016 NAIAS Chairman Paul Sabatini. “Of the 57 introductions, nearly 90 percent were worldwide debuts, an incredible testament to the global position of importance that NAIAS plays in automakers’ new vehicle and technology launch strategies.”
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