Detroit Auto Show
Show stoppersMay 14
BMW's decision to unveil a car in a video game illustrates how the digital era is transforming the way automakers introduce vehicles, forcing Detroit and other big auto shows to figure out how to stay relevant.
Audi to skip 2019 Detroit auto show, joining BMW, BenzMay 10
In dropping out of the 2019 Detroit auto show, Audi said it will continue to evaluate auto shows case by case, relative "to the timing of our product introductions and the value the show brings from a media and consumer perspective."
BMW pulls out of Detroit auto showMarch 23
BMW is joining German rival Mercedes-Benz and pulling out of the North American International Auto Show. The decision comes as the Detroit Auto Dealers Association contemplates moving the show to October from January starting in 2020.
For Zetsche, skipping Detroit is hard to doMarch 17
Detroit's auto show needs to escape the winterMarch 19
Moving Detroit auto show to October could cut costsMarch 5
Detroit auto show, facing competition and brand departures, mulls October dateMarch 2
Mercedes confirms plan to skip 2019 Detroit auto showFeb. 12
Mercedes-Benz confirmed it will have no formal presence at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit in 2019, striking a blow to the event as more manufacturers save major vehicle introductions for tech conferences or their own special showcases.
Mercedes set to pull out of '19 Detroit auto showFeb. 9
Mercedes-Benz -- a high-profile mainstay of the Detroit auto show -- is poised to withdraw from the event next year, sources at the German carmaker said. A withdrawal would mark the latest setback for the Detroit show, which has watched brands such as Mazda, Volvo, Porsche, Jaguar and Land Rover pull out.
City-slickers and F-150 Junior: What people are saying about '19 Ford RangerFeb. 6
One of the bigger debuts at the 2018 Detroit auto show was the 2019 Ford Ranger. The newest Ranger is larger in size this time around and will compete against the likes of the Chevrolet Colorado, GMC Canyon and Toyota Tacoma once it reaches dealerships next year. Ford officials are positioning the pickup as a lifestyle vehicle that appeals to younger, active buyers who may not want the herculean hauling capabilities — and higher price tag — of a full-size F-150. Here's a sampling of Ranger reaction from the automotive media.