During a Detroit Auto Show hoverboard demonstration, the board flipped into the Detroit River.
"There is more construction going on in this city than there's been in 50 years," Duggan said. "And people who haven't been here in two or three years say, 'I can't believe everything that's new.'"
The cockpit is an open experience and is designed to be more like a car where you can see around you.
It is all about the kids and that's why Ferrick will tell you there is no fundraiser like it. The event goes beyond the mind-blowing car creations, big-name music acts and glitzy ensembles.
The public show is Sept. 17-25, with exhibits at both Huntington Place where the main showroom is and Hart Plaza which will have Monster Trucks, a gaming lab, and of course the world's largest rubber duck.
The XTurismo hoverbike is essentially a drone that carries humans.
The all-new Ford Mustang has a fighter jet engine-inspired cockpit, a feature that allows you to rev the engine from your key fob, and an electronic drift brake. With a V8 engine and 480 horsepower, it is the most powerful Mustang ever.
Whitmer, who also made a political speech at the auto show today, stopped to talk to our Roop Raj about the tech on display. She mentioned the industry's push for electric vehicles and the role our state plays in the change.
Jeep and Chevrolet are using the Detroit Auto Show to highlight their battery-powered vehicles.
During President Joe Biden's visit to the Detroit Auto Show, he touted electric vehicle investments, including a plan to install 500,000 EV chargers across the nation.
"I said 'a Mustang has to have a V8, has to have a stick shift, has to sound good,'" Ford said. "And the teams said 'well, would you at least drive a prototype?' and I said 'sure, but we're not calling it a Mustang.'"
Ford is giving drivers the chance to sit in the seat - literally - on a trip up Bronco Mountain at the Detroit Auto Show.
The wait is nearly over. The Detroit Auto Show is returning with as much fanfare as anything the city has seen since it first put the world on wheels.
Cars can be driven and planes are piloted. But what's it called when the car can fly?
Transportation Sec. Pete Buttigieg will also be at the auto show as both him and the president hope to refocus more attention on the electric vehicle pivot ongoing in the industry.
Only 2,000 of the 2023 Chrysler 300C will be produced in the United States.
The public can visit the Detroit Auto Show starting Sept. 17. Check out drone demonstrations, ride in new vehicles, see flying cars, and more.
Headed to the Northern American International Detroit Auto Show? Plan where you'll park now.
The ambitious return of the auto show comes with flying cars, monster trucks, a giant rubber duck, and much more.
The Detroit Auto Show returns in September 2022 and it promises to be a truly unique experience.