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About the auto show

What: The 2014 North American International Auto Show

When: Press preview days Jan. 13-15; industry preview days Jan. 15-16; public show Jan. 18-26

Where: Cobo Center, Detroit

Hours: 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily except Jan. 26, which has a 7 p.m. close

Tickets: $13 adults, $7 seniors 65 and older, $7 children 7-12; children 6 and younger free. Available at www.naias.com or at the door.

Parking: Interactive map of public lots

Charity preview: Jan. 17. Tickets $350, $340 of which is tax deductible. Call (888) 838-7500 or order online

Floor map: Cobo Center layout

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Auto Show Video

  • Interactive video at Ford display

    Interactive video at Ford display
    Detroit resident Tanika Dunbar drives the virtual race course at the North American International Auto Show. ()
  • Photo fun at the auto show

    Photo fun at the auto show
    At the Chevrolet display, visitors can do a little improvisation in the rear seat of a 1963 Chevy Greenbriar that doubles as a photo booth. At the end of the action visitors receive a free flip book. ()
  • Motor City style

    Motor City style
    Fashion at the NAIAS charity preview: partygoers talk about their outfits ()
  • Stagecraft at NAIAS

    Stagecraft at NAIAS
    Automakers go for special effects during their model reveals during press preview days. ()
  • Henry Payne on the Ford F-150, Mustang

    Henry Payne on the Ford F-150, Mustang
    The Detroit News auto critic gives a tour of Ford's newest models at the NAIAS. ()
  • NAIAS Ford candy conveyor

    NAIAS Ford candy conveyor
    Ford Blue Oval media lounge offers journalists a continuous supply of free candy. ()
  • Henry Payne on the Chevy Corvette Z06

    Henry Payne on the Chevy Corvette Z06
    Detroit News Auto Critic Henry Payne examines the new Corvette supercar. ()
  • Henry Payne on the Chrysler 200C

    Henry Payne on the Chrysler 200C
    Detroit News Auto Critic Henry Panye gives high marks to Chrysler's 200C, which replaces the lackluster 200. ()
  • Chevrolet introduces the Corvette Z06

    Chevrolet introduces the Corvette Z06
    GM's Mark Reuss calls it a "world-class supercar' and "the most capable Corvette ever." ()
  • Kia introduces the GT4 Stinger

    Kia introduces the GT4 Stinger
    Kia unveiled its GT4 Stinger Concept Monday at the 2014 North American International Auto Show. ()
  • Dingell, Peters and Conyers visit the auto show

    Dingell, Peters and Conyers visit the auto show
    Michigan congressmen talk with Mark Reuss, GM's North America President. ()
  • New Chrysler 200 unveiled

    New Chrysler 200 unveiled
    Al Gardner, CEO and president of the Chrysler brand, introduces "a ground-breaking, world-class car which will turn heads, at a value which cannot be touched by the opposition." ()
  • Chevrolet introduces the C7.R race car

    Chevrolet introduces the C7.R race car
    GM President Dan Ammann shows of the 7th generation of the Corvette race car. ()
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