For the past 13 years, my father and I have been going to the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Michigan. The Motor City’s car show is one of the world’s largest and most lucrative. Recently the show has seemed a bit sparse; no doubt a sign of the economic times. However, this year is one of the first in recent memory where you don’t get that vibe. Gone are the days of the flashy concepts that could never exsist in real life. Now automakers focus on showing off their range, and in style!
A common theme of each exhibit is a flagship sports or “green” car, and the full range surrounding it; from suv to sub-compact. People want to see what they can actually own, and I like it that way. An added bonus is usually a throwback model from previous years, like the Lincoln Continental from HBO’s Entourage.
Click play below to see the rest of the Show.
das auto eleven, posted with vodpod
Update: Featured on http://paper.li/tag/NAIAS