Amid the Chicago Auto Show hoopla last week came reports that Mercedes-Benz was considering dropping out of next year’s Detroit Auto Show, news that has since been confirmed. I was invited to a dinner with journalists by an OEM during...Show More Summary
Mercedes would be the latest and largest automaker to withdraw from NAIAS. Continue reading Mercedes-Benz might withdraw from Detroit Auto Show Mercedes-Benz might withdraw from Detroit Auto Show originally appeared on Autoblog on Mon, 12 Feb 2018 11:16:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments
An anonymous exec inside the company makes a case for why it just might not be worth it next year.
Fresh from its debut last month at the 2018 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Ram's redesigned 1500 has rocked up to the Windy City dressed in a variety of Mopar accessories that will be available to buyers when the truck goes on sale next month. Ram on Thursday took the covers off a 2019 1500 Big Horn Sport with a definite...
From being chained up at the Detroit Auto Show to having their "skin" ripped off in Times Square, there's little that PETA supporters won't do. The post The 15 Most Awesome Photos of People Standing Up for Animals This Week appeared first on PETA.
The auto show started on January 13 and lasted 16 days in which visitors had the chance to preview the latest innovations in the auto industry. According to The Detroit News, by the show’s sixteenth and final day on Sunday, attendance had reached a total of 809,161 visitors. Show More Summary
The 2018 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit, Michigan just wrapped up. As always, it was full of big reveals, new technology, and outrageous concept vehicles. After following the extensive coverage of the show and digging into the biggest news, here are several of my takeaways and predictions for the year ahead. Doubling […]
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It was a packed show at Detroit this year. Here are the cars Carfection enjoyed most at the show.
Roadshow checks out the Blue Oval's new Ranger, Mustang Bullitt and Edge ST.
We sent our most truck-obsessed reporter to see what Ford gave us at this year's North American International Auto Show.
PPG paint expert Jane Harrington drops by Roadshow's Detroit Auto Show stage to talk automotive color trends, and how self-driving car tech may impact future paints.
Jane Harrington dropped by the Roadshow stage to talk about popular paint colors and future finishes with Tim Stevens, and the future looks good.
Automakers are seeing the future, and increasingly it’s more high voltage than high octane. At this year’s North American International Auto Show in Detroit, just under the sheet metal and hoods...
Automakers revealed a number of flashy concept cars at CES and the Detroit auto show in January. While concept cars don't always become production models, they can give us a sense of what car companies are planning for the future. This...Show More Summary
Tim Herrick, chief engineer for the 2019 Silverado, stopped by the Roadshow stage during the 2018 Detroit Auto Show to go over all the changes that his team made to the new truck.
It wasn't the most exciting North American International Auto Show on record.
Ford pulled off a huge surprise at this past week's 2018 North American International Auto Show in Detroit by presenting the original Highland Green 1968 Ford Mustang driven by Steve McQueen in front of the cameras during filming of the hit movie “Bullitt.” Long thought to be lost, the car is in a fully original state and is still...
As much as it is a great car show, the 2018 North American International Auto Show might just be more of a truck and 4x4 show. In a country where pickup trucks rule, it's no small story when each of the Big 3 shows an all-new pickup truck, especially when one of those pickups has been entirely absent from the market for the better part of a decade. Show More Summary
Aptiv and Lear, two auto parts suppliers, are separating themselves from the pack by integrating more of both hardware and software in offerings for self-driving cars, writes Jeffrey Osborne of Cowen & Co. after spending days at the Detroit Auto Show.