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Why auto show display design is tricky

Automakers and suppliers spent an estimated $300 million building out displays for this year's Detroit auto show. Scott Kellner, vice president of marketing for display maker George P. Johnson Co., says display spending is getting smarter, not larger.  » READ
 

When the Motor City becomes Startup City

 

Via Motors targets annual sales of 50,000 plug-in hybrid trucks

 

Nissan close to eliminating EV range anxiety with longer range, exec says

 

Ford will limit aluminum mostly to trucks, Hinrichs says

 

Seinfeld upends Acura's Super Bowl ad for NSX

 

Bentley Bentayga may receive a smaller SUV sibling

 

The 5 most important models at the 2015 Detroit auto show

 

Porsche considering plug-in 911, Maier says

 

Ram 1500's highway mpg rises to 29

 

This is not your standard Shelby Cobra

 

How NSX morphed into U.S.-built twin-turbo monster

 

Lincoln MKX grabs page from MKC

 

Ram Rebel takes dramatic styling turn with beefier off-road appearance

 

Ford, Acura revive supercar wars topping $150,000 and 500 hp

 

Titan designer finally got her chance to improve pickup

 

Nissan, seeking wider audience, retools Titan top to bottom

 

VW Golf and Ford F-150 win North American Car and Truck of the Year awards

 

Toyota Tacoma takes on more off-road swagger, luxury

 

Bentley to call new SUV the Bentayga, attracts 4,000 preorders

 

Local Motors brings its 3-D car factory to Detroit

 

Next Alfa, due in June, will be a sedan, might be a Giulia

 

Volvo sees two new sedans helping it rebuild U.S. sales

 

Ford resurrects GT midengine supercar

 

Hyundai eyes 'adventurers' with Santa Cruz concept

 

Hyundai gets into EV game with Sonata plug-in

 

Acura seeks track cred with new NSX

 

Chevy extends all-new Volt's EV range a third to 50 miles

 

Chevy Bolt EV production expected in 2017

 

Detroit truck man Diaz sees opportunity in Titan now -- and then