Visitors from all over the world pack up and head for Detroit every January to take part in the NAIAS. Alongside brands based in the US, plenty of big German manufacturers present the most recent models at the trade fair.
The Detroit Auto Show is getting a mixed response this year, with critics saying it's old-fashioned and uninspiring. DW's US correspondent Carsten von Nahmen takes a critical look at his own expectations.
With more international car manufacturers prioritizing rival events in Chinese cities like Shanghai and Beijing, the Tokyo event is rapidly becoming a domestic-focused, second-tier show. Julian Ryall reports.
Tesla has leapfrogged General Motors to become the biggest US car manufacturer by market value. It's the clearest sign yet that Wall Street considers Silicon Valley - and not Detroit - as the future of the industry.
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