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The Detroit Auto Show Moves To September 2021

This was highly predictable. New dates are September 28th to October 9th, 2021. Up until three weeks ago, three major North American Auto Shows, specifically Los Angeles, New York and Detroit, were all to take place within a three month period. All was more or less fine until LAAs organizers moved their show less than a month ahead of...

Official: LA Auto Show Moved To May 2021

Typically held in November, dates now moved back six months. This would position the show only weeks ahead of the Detroit auto show. Not to mention, weeks after the 2021 New York Auto Show. As much as we love traveling to auto shows, we’re thinking that three major North American auto events occurring within weeks of each will put...

CES 2021 Cancelled For Public, Will Go Digital Only

CES 2020 at the Las Vegas Convention Center
CES has been the Mecca for technology innovations for over 50 years The event is held at the Las Vegas Convention Centre in January The 2021 edition will be closed to the public and shown only online Organizers announced today that the 2021 CES will happen, but only online. The number one show for technical innovations is therefore forced...

Geneva Motor Show May Not Return Next Year Either

Geneva Motor Show
2021 Geneva Motor Show future in doubt as well Organization responsible for putting on Geneva Motor Show has withdrawn loan request 2020 Geneva Motor Show was cancelled earlier this year due to coronavirus pandemic After cancelling the 2020 edition of the Geneva Motor Show because of the coronavirus pandemic, organizers now say the 2021 edition could also be put...

2020 New York Auto Show Cancelled After All

2020 New York Auto Show
New York Auto Show was initially moved from April to August due to Covid-19 New York's Jacob K. Javits Centre is currently used as a field hospital The 2020 New York Auto Show won't happen after all. After being rescheduled from April to August, organizers announced the cancellation of the 2020 edition yesterday. Last major auto show of the year,...

The Beijing Auto Show Postponed To Next Fall

Franfurt Auto Show
It was scheduled for later this month. Beijing International Automotive Exhibition will now be held from September 26th to October 5th. The last big Auto Show that took place was the 2019 LAAS. The Beijing International Automotive Exhibition is a hugely important auto show for Chinese domestic market brands as well as other brands that consider China as a priority...

The Paris Auto Show, As We Know it, Is Cancelled

Mercedes-Benz 2018 Paris Motor Show
Organisers plan related events in its stead. The Mondial de l’Auto of Paris was to take place from October 1st-11th. The reason is COVID-19, or its side-effects. Only yesterday, we learned that the Detroit Auto Show, at its new time and venue, has been canceled. So far this year, the Geneva Motor Show, New York Auto Show and now...

2020 Detroit Auto Show Cancelled, Will Resume in 2021

NAIAS
2020 North American International Auto Show scheduled for June in Detroit is cancelled The TCF Center will be used as a field hospital for Covid-19 victims Detroit Auto Show will resume in 2021 The 2020 North American International Auto Show held annually in Detroit will be cancelled this year. Show organizers have opted to cancel the Detroit Auto Show...

2020 New York Auto Show Rescheduled to Late August

Ongoing health concerns have forced organizers to put off the NYIAS. New dates for press days will be: August 26 & 27, 2020. It wasn’t a matter of if but when this was going to happen. The COVID-19 or Coronavirus outbreak is forcing countless events to be cancelled or postponed. More specifically, press days for the 2020 editon of...

New 2021 Toyota Sienna To Launch This Summer With Hybrid Power And AWD

The current Sienna is 10 years old and is one of the last to ride on the old Toyota platform. The new Sienna will feature the brand’s excellent TNGA which opens up possibilities. A hybrid and AWD 2021 Toyota Sienna should break cover at the upcoming New York Auto Show. Over the last three years or so, Toyota’s been...

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