Seven Years Makes a Big Difference
Seven years later...What a difference! The Auto industry was teetering on collapse in 2008 a General Motors and Chrysler going through bankruptcies, things looked pretty grim in Detroit. However, three years of a large increase in sales consummating in 2014, which broke the 16 million mark. This has definitely helped ease the memories of bad times. Detroiters love comeback stories and this year’s 2015 North American International Auto Show(NAIAS) promises to boast the return of the domestic auto industry - and the success of the NAIAS in particular.
The 2015 NAIAS is being held in Detroit’s newly refurbished Cobo Arena and is now open to the public until January 25.
During the last recession and the bankruptcies of GM and Chrysler and Ford’s near-bankruptcy, some manufacturers spoke about plans to drop out of the NAIAS or drastically cut back in their participation. It was even considered at one point in time by NAIAS planners to move the show out of Detroit.
This year's show will take place in Detroit's historic Cobo Arena which has gone through a $300 million renovation. It is now in it's 27th year as an international event, the NAIAS is among the most prestigious auto shows in the world. NAIAS lets the public privy to the new automotive products, technology displays and concept vehicles, up close and all in one place. They will be able to view as many as 750 new vehicles from domestic and global manufacturers. Especially, Ford Motor Company's newest product, the aluminum-bodied 2015 F-150 Pickup and the redesigned 2015 Mustangs.
The NAIAS is one of the largest media happenings in North America. According to reports, as many as 5,000 accredited journalists will be in Detroit to reporting on new vehicle reveals, concept vehicles and new technology displays.This year's show consists of up to 50 global and North American product launched during Press Preview, Jan. 12-13.
According to NAIAS planners, the show when opened to the public, is expected to draw over 800,000 people from all over the U.S. and foreign countries. Also, the Detroit show is the only auto show in the United States to earn an annual acclaimed sanction of the Organisation Internationale des Constructeurs d'Automobiles, which is the Paris-based alliance of automotive trade associations and manufacturers from around the world.
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