Toyota features NASCAR racing display at NAIAS

Toyota creates largest display in its history at NAIAS


DETROIT – Visitors to NAIAS at Cobo Center will get to experience fast cars like never before.

Motorsports fans are guaranteed to enjoy the "Toyota Racing Zone," an area that pays homage to the manufacturer's involvement and success in NASCAR.

A Camry stock car and NASCAR Tundra "cutaway" are featured in this zone, as well as a Toyota/NHRA Funny Car. There are also racing uniforms and equipment from famous NASCAR drivers on display.

It's part of Toyota's largest exhibit ever at the North American International Auto Show. It covers 35,000 square feet.

"This year's exhibit is a testament to Toyota's standing as a world-class automaker," said Ruslan Polinovsky, auto show engagement manager at Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc. "In this space, we've been able to combine our award-winning vehicles with promising technological advancements. We've also incorporated a number of fun elements in the exhibit that will speak to visitors of all ages."

The Toyota exhibit was designed and constructed by Michigan-based George P. Johnson.