The 2010 Detroit Auto Show (NAIAS) Comes to a Close, But You Can Still Experience it All Right Here - 6+ Hours of Video


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DETROIT - January 24, 2010: Another great Detroit Auto Show comes to a close today. Yes, it was subdued compared to previous boom years, but the expo was still expertly produced and fun to visit if you have any interest at all in things automotive.

But just because the live show is over you don't have to miss out on the event because thanks to The Auto Channel's exclusive Press Pass Coverage the virtual show continues, right here on TheAutoChannel.com. TACH has hours of video content, including the complete press conferences of almost every presenter. In addition, we have dozens of text reports and reviews, and our extensive databases are available to back up all the other information.

To experience the virtual 2010 Detroit show CLICK HERE.

To experience last month's virtual 2009 LA Show CLICK HERE.

To experience last year's virtual Detroit show CLICK HERE.

AND IT'S ALL FREE!


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