North American International Auto Show
The North American International Auto Show (previously called the Detroit Auto Show and often abbreviated NAIAS) is an annual automobile show (or auto show) that occurs every year in Detroit
NAIAS 2005 at Detroit’s Cobo Hall runs from January 15 to 23, and it’s the coming out party for new concepts like the Jeep Hurricane, the GMC Graphyte, and the Ford SYNus; and important new-car introductions like the 2006 Chevrolet Corvette Z06, Ford Fusion, and Dodge Charger.
The North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) 2005 officially opened its doors to the public on Saturday, January 15. More than 800,000 attendees will be descending upon Cobo Hall in Detroit until January 23 to check out the latest concept and production vehicles automakers have to offer.
Since the end of three frantic Press Days preceding the show’s public days, media outlets from TV to newsprint to Internet blogs have been weighing in on the winners and losers at the nation’s premier new auto event. Now it’s our turn.