Chevrolet's exhibit floor map useful for visitors at NAIAS

Display resembles super-charged dealership showroom with more style

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DETROIT - With a variety of vehicles on display at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Chevrolet's exhibit floor map proves to be useful for visitors.

From the small cars section to the "truck zone," Chevy's display resembles a super-charged dealership showroom with a bit more style. Giving visitors a better idea of where to start has kept the Chevy display packed during media and industry preview week.

The map only requires a quick glance. Then, it's on your way through the display, seeking out the new Volt or Silverado.

But, let's be honest, everyone has been b-lining to the Corvette display. Maybe it's the giant Chevy logo turned monitor right above the classy sports cars, but the Corvettes have grabbed most of the attention at Chevy's Cobo Center set up.

No map is needed for that.

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