The North American International Auto Show said this year's event will feature more brands than last year's first foray into September that extended outside the walls of Huntington Place.
The Detroit Auto Dealers Association, which runs the show, said Wednesday that it expects more than double the 13 brands that participated in last year's show. General Motors, Ford Motor Co. and Stellantis were the primary automakers featuring brands in the show, with many European and Asian brands absent.
This year's show schedule includes media days on Sept. 13-14, the charity preview Sept. 15 and public event Sept. 16-24.
Other additions this year will in include an indoor EV test track for attendees and a global mobility forum for executives, which will run concurrently with media days.