2021 Detroit Auto Show

The North American International Auto Show — NAIAS, also known as the Detroit Auto Show — used to be the auto show on the planet. After Detroit’s auto industry floundered, NAIAS lost favor to other global shows in Geneva, LA, and Paris. Now Detroit is fighting back — and trying to regain its former glory. The COVID-19 crisis was a setback; will 2021 provide room for a comeback? The 2021 Detroit Auto Show will take place from June 11 – 26.

Other car shows: New York Auto Show | Geneva Motor Show | LA Auto Show

Detroit auto show canceled as venue preps to become coronavirus field hospital

The show was set to take place in June, but COVID-19 has derailed the plan
March 30, 2020
Ford Mustang Bullitt

Volkswagen aims for value with its updated 2020 Passat sedan

The sedan segment in America is shrinking, but Volkswagen still believes in it. The German firm introduced the redesigned 2020 Passat with a new look, more tech, and a lower price to boot.
November 11, 2019
2020 volkswagen passat gets new design and engine tweaks pricing

Lexus LC convertible concept teases a new open-air flagship

Debuting at the 2019 Detroit Auto Show, the Lexus LC convertible concept adds open-air motoring to the sleek LC's resume. But Lexus won't commit to a production version of the car just yet.

The biggest carmakers are sitting out the 2019 Detroit Auto Show

Audi recently announced that they won’t have a presence at the 2019 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, the “motoring capital” of the U.S. The Ingolstadt-based automaker is the latest company to join Mercedes-Benz and BMW in sitting out from the Detroit Auto Show.
Audi RS5 Sportback