The Detroit Auto Show is a pretty big deal, right? I mean, it’s in the Motor City, and usually plays host to handfuls of new cars – not to mention all of the news that comes out of the show in the first few days the doors are open to the press. So, why would any automaker decide to skip on the Detroit Auto Show? Well, as it turns out, the New York Auto Show actually brings in quite a few more people over the what we typically see in Detroit – after all, it is a bigger, more populated city. And, that is one of the reasons why Porsche has decided to forgo the NAIAS in Detroit next year.