Don't expect the same multi-story displays and the newest models being unveiled. The next event will be more about experiencing vehicles and technology outside the convention center.
The 2021 North American International Auto Show will not be held as organizers announced it was canceled on Monday, Jan. 11.
2020 was supposed to be the first year the North American International Auto Show was held in the summer. The COVID-19 pandemic changed that. Now, next year's event is currently set for late September and early October.
The NAIAS may have been canceled, but not the giving spirit.
Plans for 2021 North American International Auto Show
2020 Detroit auto show canceled after convention center that would host the event was chosen for coronavirus relief efforts.
With the Detroit auto show looming in June, several restaurant owners are planning for the worst is the coronavirus forces the event to be postponed.
Seven companies will be offering free rides in autonomous vehicles to patrons at the North American International Auto Show this year as the city pushes itself into the public eye as the nation's center for innovation in the auto world.
On Friday, the Swiss government announced plans to cancel the Geneva Autoshow. Could Detroit's North American International Auto Show be next?
The North American Car, Truck and Utility Vehicles of the Year Awards (NACTOY) will be announced Monday, Jan. 13, 2020 in Detroit's TCF Center.
This summer's charity preview event for NAIAS is getting a makeover, with two ticket options and a new dress code.