The pandemic also cancels the Detroit Auto Show –


    Even the 2021 edition of the Detroit Auto Show (Naias) will not be done. This was reported by a note from the North American International Auto Show. The reason is the global pandemic. Already in 2020 the Naias was not held. The organizers have instead announced an outdoor event dedicated to four-wheelers, Motor Bella, from 21 to 26 September 2021, in Pontiac, Michigan. The event, for the organizers a bridge to the future, will be held in a mega park of 87 acres where the new cars will be unveiled and particular attention will be paid to new generation mobility.


    So, after Geneva and Frankfurt, the world of engines loses another key appointment. The Saloni crisis was accelerated by the pandemic but had already shown signs of abating in recent years. The too high costs to participate, had led many car manufacturers to focus on more specific events. First of all, the Ces in Las Vegas, the great electronics show, where for years car manufacturers have presented the most important technological innovations. The Ces, concomitant with the Detroit Motor Show, was one of the main causes that led to the decline of the American Motor show that the organizers had, for this very reason, thought of postponing to June. Covid gave the final blow. Now we have to ask ourselves: will the appointment at Pontiac be maintained?


    January 12, 2021 (change January 12, 2021 | 18:38)


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