With COVID-19 putting events at risk of being canceled, the AAPEX and SEMA Shows wanted to buckle down on safety protocols.
AutoMobility, the Los Angeles Auto Show, now holds seminars and previews for media and supplier/manufacturers at the yearly event. While there were a few sedan/coupe offerings on the table this year, mostly it was CUVs, SUVs and even the return of a bus that kept the public interested.
Day 1 of the 20174 North American International Auto Show in Detroit kicks off with a few debuts of…oh who cars. Ford confirms the BRONCO!!
The second annual New Motorama show featured lots of different aspects of racing.
The Los Angeles Auto Show follows close on the heels of SEMA, but it has a unique sensibility all its own, kicking off the domestic Auto Show season in the States. Check out the gallery below for a few of the cool things we saw at the show.