NAIAS 2014

Detroit Auto Show offers family activities

Jan 24, 2014
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The North American International Auto Show continues through this weekend at Cobo Center. Current State's Peter Whorf spoke with Chevrolet Auto Show Manager Micha Rawlings about some of the interactive exhibits available to auto show-goers.

Cobo refurb project turns the page

Jan 24, 2014
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Did you ever go to a Detroit Pistons game when they played in Cobo Hall? Maybe you saw the Rolling Stones, Jimi Hendrix or Bob Seger play there. If so, you’ll hardly recognize the place now.

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Our coverage of the North American International Auto Show in Detroit continues today with a look at the good news the people at the General Motors Grand River Assembly Plant got last year: GM will move production of the Camaro to Lansing from the plant in Oshawa, Ontario.

Global markets key for Cadillac's success

Jan 22, 2014
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International sales are crucial to Cadillac’s success. Two popular Cadillac models are built in Lansing at the Grand River Assembly Plant. The ATS won the North American Car of the Year Award last year, and the CTS was a finalist for the award this year.

Green cars take backseat at NAIAS

Jan 21, 2014
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The 2014 North American International Auto Show is not the greenest, according to journalist and author Jim Motavallo, who focuses on environmental issues and transportation. He’s a contributor to the New York Times, NPR’s Car Talk, the Mother Nature Network and author of the book "High Voltage: The Fast Track to Plug In the Auto Industry".

Chevy adds smaller pickup option

Jan 21, 2014
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The North American Truck of the Year,  the Chevy Silverado, isn’t the only pickup attracting attention at this year’s North American International Auto Show in Detroit. Chevy’s midsize Colorado is also all-new for 2014.

Chevy takes top prizes at this year's NAIAS

Jan 20, 2014
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The North American International Auto Show is underway at Cobo Center in Detroit. Hundreds of thousands of people will visit the show to see the latest cars, trucks, and prototypes.

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The North American International Auto Show is open to the public at Cobo Center in Detroit through Sunday. Here are just a few of the cars and trucks on display.

Hear Current State's coverage of the Detroit car show all this week.