Despite the downturn in the auto industry, this year's Detroit Auto Show bore an incredible number of very knowledgeable booth professionals. Yes, they answered our questions, but they also got in some of our pictures.
Our swag bag overfloweth after this years Detroit Auto Show, and as a way to lighten our load, we've devised a devilish new game to give it away, hunting for the ever elusive Waldo.
Auto shows always yield a wealth of new models, technology, and ideas, and the 2009 Detroit Auto Show was no exception. Here are the top ten photo galleries from the show.
Fun as the Detroit Auto Show can be, it's exhausting. After the day ends, all you really want to do is drink. Last night we test drove some automaker bars for fun.
Yesterday we caught this candid moment when infamous story-telling card trickster Bill Malone (YouTube him) shilled for Ford, to Ford Executives including Ford of America President Mark Fields.
We lingered long past the close of the show last night, making time with some of the cars without the annoying presence of other people and managed to hit the Lincoln stand as the little C was being loaded onto its spinning round table. It's sort of like making sausage, you never really think about the process of…
For an industry left for dead, the 2009 Detroit Auto Show has produced a wealth of shiny automotive awesomeness. Here are the top ten photo galleries from yesterday's first day of the show.
Niche car company Revenge Designs has unveiled the Revenge GTM-R Super Car here at the 2009 Detroit Auto Show. It's a 505 HP mid-engine offering and the first complete car from Revenge.
The best kept secret of the 2009 Detroit Auto Showthus far has been the name of the Lincoln C Concept, a preview of a compact luxury segment largely absent in the United States.