People expected a ‘total flop.’ But Detroit Auto Show organizers are beaming.
“We’re going to do a better job next year with measuring that.”In 2019, 774,179 people attended the Detroit Auto Show. Here’s a look at how attendance at the Detroit Auto Show has changed since 2007. RELATED: Why the 2022 Detroit Auto Show has a ‘Jetsons’ vibeSzott has already heard from automakers who didn’t attend the show – who regret not coming. The Detroit Auto Show had a $300 million economic impact on the region, Ancora Holdings Group told multiple media sources. “Every year, we’ll get better and better if we stick with the same month.”MORE FROM THE DETROIT AUTO SHOWDetroit Auto Show presents electric future, but life outside the showroom is gas-poweredDetroit startup presents equity-driven “EV in Everybody” mission at auto show10 weird and wild experiences at the 2022 Detroit Auto ShowFord unveils new-look 2024 Mustang at Detroit Auto Show – a gas guzzler in a sea of electricEnormous rubber ducky as tall as buildings turns heads at Detroit Auto Showmlive.com
Why the 2022 Detroit Auto Show has a ‘Jetsons’ vibe
The 2022 Detroit Auto Show is part “Flintstones” and part “Jetsons,” according to the show’s executive director. The vehicle has flown off the ground before and was unveiled to the public for the first time at the Detroit Auto Show. The Xturismo was unveiled in the U.S. for the first time on Wednesday at the Detroit Auto Show. The XTURISMO flying bike is displayed outside as the 2022 North American International Auto Show begins with media preview day at Huntington Place in Detroit on Wednesday, Sept. 14 2022. RELATED STORIESFord unveils new-look 2024 Mustang at Detroit Auto Show – a gas guzzler in a sea of electricBiden test drives EVs, rallies UAW workers at Detroit Auto ShowFord cuts 3,000 jobs, mostly in MichiganNASCAR announces 2023 race dates at Michigan International Speedwaymlive.com
Get a taste of Michigan’s food and beverage scene
This weekend one event will bring together some of the area’s best restaurants, award-winning Michigan wines and spirits, and some of southeast Michigan’s best performers. It’s the “Food & Wine Show” from Hour Detroit Magazine, presented by Visit Detroit.
A small taste of some of the wildest, wackiest cars you’ll ever see from Autorama
DETROIT - It’s back and as big as ever! After a year off due to COVID, The 69th Meguiar’s Detroit Autorama has returned to Michigan taking place at Downtown Detroit’s Huntington Place (TCF/Cobo Center) from Friday, March 4 through Sunday, March 6. We’re giving you a little taste of what we saw inside the event in the photo gallery above. “Detroit Autorama was the first and is the most revered hot rod custom car show in the country,” said Peter Toundas, President, Owner of Championship Auto Shows Inc., producer of Detroit Autorama. We are delighted to bring this wonderful Motor City tradition back to Downtown Detroit.mlive.com