The annual North American International Auto Show (NAIAS), also known as the Detroit Auto Show, is held at the Cobo Center in downtown Detroit. The 2016 show runs from January 16 to 24. Tickets cost $5 for children, $10 for seniors, and $12 to $15 for everyone else, with higher prices on Fridays and weekends.
Following is a summary of news and highlights from this year's 2016 Detroit Auto Show:
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