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Auto Show Season is Coming!

Sections: Car Safety, Fuel Economy, Powertrain, Telematics

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Now starts the auto show season.  The biggie is the NAIAS, North American International Auto Show in Detroit January 14-27.  Then the cars make their way to the Capital to the Washington Auto Show.  It is an auto show to keep an eye on because it is the one most closely tied with vehicles and government policy.

Our man Lyndon hopes to be making the trip.  In the meantime, if you are in the DC area February 1-10, check it out:

The Advanced Technology SuperHighway Café will house the latest innovations in safety and sustainability and advanced technology. A guest lounge with computer kiosks will enable visitors to access floor plans and interactive presentations of many of the technology systems on display.

Also new this year, in response to visitor requests, is “The New Car Advanced Technology Guide,” written by Washington Post journalist and recognized automotive industry expert Warren Brown. The guide highlights Brown’s choices for the automotive vehicles and companies leading the way in sustainability, driver-assist technologies, communications and infotainment systems, and fuel economy improvements, among other advancements.  It will be accessible through the computers at the Advanced Technology SuperHighway Café as well as through the show website.
“This year we are enhancing the event experience for all of our attendees by putting the cars of the future in their hands,” said Robert Fogarty, show chairman and CEO of Sport Automotive. “Our new floor plan, technology guide and exciting new exhibits combined with our showcase of stars and cars, cutting-edge technologies, contests and car giveaways makes the 2013 show an event not to be missed.”

 

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