Research and Markets: 2013 North American International Auto Show Report


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DUBLIN--February 27, 2013: Research and Markets (NAIAS 2013) has announced the addition of the "2013 North American International Auto Show Report" report to their offering.

“2013 North American International Auto Show Report”

As in many past years, the North American International Auto Show did not disappoint in 2013. The powers that be graciously scheduled it the week following the 2013 International CES and the technologies that were discussed in Las Vegas got detailed further in production or concept car form in Detroit. Also as expected, US automakers brought out all the stops at its home town show with a brand new Ford F-150 Concept, the Cadillac ELR range-extended electric car, and a fully-redesigned and configured Jeep Grand Cherokee.

These vehicles, while ultimately important products for their respective brands, could not overshadow the new 2014 C7 Chevrolet Corvette. The new Corvette offers a lot for power-hungry motorheads, but techies were not to be ignored as the ancient DVD-based navigation system first announced with the Corvette back in 2005 was replaced with GM's latest.

Key Topics Covered:

Introduction

North American OEMs

Asian OEMs

European OEMs

Suppliers

Conclusion

Companies Mentioned

- Chevrolet

- GM

- Ford

- Cadillac

- Jeep

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