Detroit Auto Show ready to open up to international media

Published On: Jan 10 2014 04:05:59 PM EST   Updated On: Jan 10 2014 04:21:16 PM EST
Detroit -

The newest, most cutting-edge cars from around the world are on their way to Detroit for NAIAS.

"It's what we've been working toward since last January," said Bob Shuman, chairman, NAIAS 2014. "The manufacturers continue to show their confidence in the NAIAS, and will once again bring their absolute best to Detroit's world stage. The show is going to rock."

The show will open to the largest media audience in North America on Monday and Tuesday.

"That means introductions of an expected 50 worldwide concept and production vehicles that will be seen for the very first time right here in Detroit," Shuman added.

Most of the press conferences will take place at the renovated Cobo Center. The Ford press conference will be at neighboring Joe Louis Arena on Monday at 8:10 am.