Sick of the goofy press intros like Chrysler's, Sweet Peet D. takes on the automakers and Detroit Auto Show organizers. Citing the Camaro-leak debacle (which of course, as your dutiful Jalopniks, we couldn't ignore) and all the other broken press embargoes, Peet suggests a radical rethink of the entire media days experience, stretching it out to three days instead of two-and-a-half. One thing we'd like to see is reliable WiFi on the show floor. In fact, all auto shows should have it available to the media on the press days. We'll still head up to the media areas for the free food, though. And in that department, Detroit puts every other show we've covered to shame.
It's time to fix the North American International Auto Show [Autoextremist]
Autoextremist Wraps Up Detroit [Internal]