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  1. Automotive Industry & GM News
    The North American International Auto Show announced last year that for the first time in its long and proud history, it would not take place in the winter. The organizers instead said that they would take advantage of Detroit's summer for the show. Now, it seems, they want to change that again...
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    Cadillac's CEO, Steve Carlisle, doesn't believe that 300-350 miles of range will be acceptable for the electric crossover it revealed before the Detroit auto show. "We'll have to push past 300 miles," Carlisle told us at the show. "Have to put customers at the center. An internal combustion car...
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    Following the loss of many exhibitors, the North American International Auto Show's (NAIAS) organizers have moved the show's date from January to June 8 for 2020. The long expected move means that manufacturers can take advantage of the warm weather to host events outside of the COBO Center...
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    The North American International Auto Show, held in mid-January since there were starting handles on the front of cars, may be jumping halfway across the calendar to the month of June. Facing a declining level of participation, the show has been looking for ways to reinvent itself in a bid to...
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    The North American International Auto Show has had a problem of late. Automakers are pulling out of the show in droves as techier, warmer auto shows become the norm. But Detroit isn't giving up. Starting in 2020, the Detroit auto show will no longer be in January. Unfortunately, the organizers...
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