Auto companies across the globe get set for the curtain to be raised at 2013 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) or, the Detroit Auto Show, to be held from 14 – 22 January, 2013. A host of new launches are in store, which auto companies have scheduled for this major automotive event.
Detroit Show was first organized beck in 1907. It is looked upon as the launch pad for some of the most innovative vehiicles by the auto industry. Bookings are in full swing at hotels as everyone who is anyone in the auto kingdom gets set for show time in Detroit. Press conferences are scheduled at the Detroit COBO Center while some events will be held at the glass atrium facing the Detroit River while Ford Motor Company will be holding their press conference at Joe Louis Arena on the 15th January 2013.
Journalists aplenty will be attending NAIAS anticipating exciting announcements by major automakers and awaiting to experience the next generation of transportation for 2013 season. There will be over 500 vehicles on display representing the most innovative of designs in the world at this most prestigious of automotive shows. For more information, scroll down.
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GLOBAL STAGE IS SET AS 50+ VEHICLE UNVEILINGS ARE PREPARED FOR DETROIT
NAIAS a reflection of positive industry changes
Detroit, Mich., Dec. 20, 2012 – Global automakers have saved their best for the 2013 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS), and with less than one month to go before the curtain rises, the industry remains focused on one of the top automotive events in the world.
“This show is a reflection of the positive changes that are occurring in our industry,” said Jim Seavitt, chairman, 2013 NAIAS. “Automakers from around the world continue to place NAIAS at the top of their global auto show strategies, and have committed to more than 50 vehicle debuts with the majority being worldwide unveilings.”
Seavitt said the official NAIAS Press Conference Schedule, which was released today, reads like an automakers ‘Who’s Who’ and features nearly 40 official events to be held at Press Preview, Jan. 14-15, 2013.
“Our hotels are filling up, our international media registration is up 15 percent, and the energy is back,” he said. “Our city, state and industry are in a better place. It’s show time in Detroit.”
Together, the more than 50 worldwide and North American unveilings are a major demonstration of confidence in the NAIAS, which is frequently compared with shows in Geneva, Frankfurt, Paris, Tokyo, and Beijing/Shanghai.
Most NAIAS press conferences will take place at Detroit’s Cobo Center, which is currently in the second of a three-phase expansion plan. Some events will take place in the new three-story glass atrium facing the Detroit River. The lone offsite press conference will be presented by Ford Motor Company at neighboring Joe Louis Arena on Jan. 15.
With more than 6,000 journalists from around the globe expected to attend NAIAS, the show continues to be at the forefront as a venue for manufacturers and Tier One suppliers to announce new vehicles and make industry news.
Journalists may apply for credentials at naias.com/media/credentials.aspx. To receive credentials by mail, applications must be received by Friday, Dec. 21. Credential applications will continue to be accepted after Dec. 21, and, upon approval, credentials may be retrieved on-site at Cobo Center in January. No credential applications will be accepted after Dec. 31.