The North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) will open its doors to more than 4,500 automotive journalists in a few short weeks with anticipated 30-40 worldwide debuts from automotive manufacturers around the globe.
“We’re rapidly approaching January 10th when the door of Cobo Center will once again open to the NAIAS and 2011 will be another banner year for media, industry and the public alike as they will be able to explore a packed show floor,” said Barron Meade, chairman, 2011 NAIAS.
The exhibit will be comprised of two different areas, the MEDC Town Square and the adjacent Smarter Living Showcase, sponsored by DTE Energy.
Michigan Hall will be transformed into an interactive display showcase, highlighting the many ways that Michigan companies are building and creating eco-friendly communities and sustainable lifestyles.
The MEDC Town Square and Smarter Living display area will bring the ride and drive element indoors with a test track featuring electric-drive and hybrid vehicles from leading domestic and import manufacturers.
Such technologies to be featured include solar cars, charging stations, batteries, transit connect, rolling chassis, and alternative energies.
Entering its 23rd year as an international event, the NAIAS is among the leading auto shows in the world.
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