Two lackluster years have led to the cancellation of the North American International Auto Show for 2024.
A new event is planned for January 2025, so the cancellation is not permanent.
After two September events, the show has now returned to its traditional January time slot.
Following discussions with partners, Detroit Auto Show executive director-
Rod Alberts said January would be the best date for the show.
In a global automotive landscape constantly changing, the-
Detroit Auto Show is being reimagined to keep visitors interested.
Including a media day earlier in the month, the Charity Preview will take place on January 10.
There has been a lackluster performance at the Detroit Auto Show since its-
return following the COVID-19 pandemic, with several automakers skipping the-
event in 2022 causing the show to be distinctly lackluster.
A redesigned Ford F-150 and GMC Acadia were notable debuts at the 2023 event-
with dealers filling in for absent automakers. Competition for the Detroit Auto Show from-
November 2024 to February 2025 and directly from January 7th to January 10th in 2025 will be tough.