The Detroit Auto Show begins next week, and it will be all about pickups, SUVs, and maybe a few surprises.
- The Detroit Auto Show media preview starts on Monday of next week.
- Automakers will be putting a lot of new pickup trucks and SUVs on the show floor.
- There might even be a few surprises.
The 2018 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS), better known as the Detroit Auto Show, is pulling into Cobo Center in downtown Motown next week.
The show will run through January 28, with several days of press previews before it opens to the public. We'll be there to report on all the fun.
Detroit comes hot on the heels of CES this year and kicks off a 2018 that's expected to see lower new-vehicle sales in the US than in the previous three booming years. That's led to plenty of speculation about what we're going to see on the show floor: plenty of trucks and SUVs, the bestselling vehicles these days.
Here's all the cool shiny sheet metal we're looking forward to: