Experience the Newest Innovative Auto Designs at the 2014 North American International Auto Show #NAIAS

2014 NAIAS
2014 NAIAS
Living in Metro Detroit we’re surrounded by cars every day, we know cars, and love them as well. Chances are someone you know works at one of the Big Three or you’ve grown up around cars and might have a gear head in your family. Our love for the motor city is strong, and for cars stronger. It reaches its peak each year when the North American International Auto Show is in town, and we get to experience not only some of our favorite local brands but all of the concept cars that will be coming out in the near future.

2014 NAIAS

The last time I went to the NAIAS, I was a kid. I remember it being loud, crowded, dark in some areas but I remember some pretty impressive cars and displays. Going back as an adult is another experience all together. Not only can you see the cars that you might consider buying in the next year or two, but you can also check out cars that are on your dream list.

The years NAIAS is the 25th year of the show. The displays are streamlined, highlight the newest vehicles and some even show you how their cars are assembled, parts and interact with some of your favorite brands. There are some surprises you will find around this years auto show, including the DeLorean used in Back to the Future II, fully equipped.

2014 NAIAS

Despite living in Michigan my whole life and growing up near the Big Three, I have a love for more expensive brands as well as exotic ones. At the North American International you can do more than just look at the cars on your wish list. You can actually get in them, sit and see if they’d actually be a good fit for you, and find if it would be a good fit for you.

Spend your day at the North American International Auto Show, it is a place filled with the latest technology, beautiful concept cars and even the hottest in motorcycles and bicycles.

2014 NAIAS

The North American International Auto Show is open to the public from January 18th-26th. For the complete NAIAS schedule check out their website. Tickets are $13 for adults, $7 for children and 6 and under are free.

Check out some of the highlights from this year’s show below:




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