|Dec 01, 2009
||Posted By: Mark Bilek
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No, not the holiday season, the auto-show season.
With the opening of the Los Angeles show this weekend, we are officially on the march toward Chicago. LA is the first major North American auto show to focus on the 2010 models and is home to nearly a dozen world and North American introductions.
After LA comes Detroit. Traditionally known as the industry show, it falls in early January and grabs the lion's share of new-vehicle introductions. Though Detroit's been down on its luck recently, things are looking up in the Motor City with Ford leading the charge and Chrysler and General Motors ready with a flurry of new-model intros.
Hot on the heals of Detroit is the granddaddy of them all, Chicago. The nation's largest show and the nation's longest-running show, Chicago is well regarded as the "consumer show." Mixing the intros from LA and Detroit with more than a few of its own and stirring in the complete 2010 lineups, Chicago makes the perfect post-holiday cocktail for new-car shoppers.
Over the next two months, we'll make some exciting announcements about the Windy City's auto show and you can be sure they will be posted in this blog. So why not come back every now and then, we promise you won't be disappointed.