The world's major automakers are revealing their most innovative new products, discussing industry trends and bracing for the economic and political fallout of 2009's industry collapse. AnnArbor.com business reporter
Nathan Bomey covered the auto show in downtown Detroit. AnnArbor.com's 2010 Detroit auto show coverage
Hyundai displays its Blue Will plug-in hybrid vehicle at the 2010 Detroit Auto Show.
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Top 5 news storylines from the 2010 Detroit auto show Hip-hop artist Nelly lends street cred to Ford's hot streak at Detroit Auto Show Minivan or sedan? 2011 Toyota Sienna engineered in Ann Arbor region GM's Bob Lutz: Weather will impact Chevy Volt's electric range Electric vehicle transition presents need for education at Detroit auto show Ann Arbor Automotive's Doug Fox: Hyundai Hope on Wheels fights childhood cancer 'Sustainable mobility' defines this year's show
Detroit auto show visit: Nancy Pelosi happy with automakers' progress
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi arrives at Detroit auto show Toyota's FT-CH hybrid concept vehicle would beat Prius on fuel efficiency, price Ford Fusion Hybrid, Transit Connect sweep car, truck honors at Detroit auto show
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Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood forced to defend bailout at 2010 Detroit auto show
Auto show coverage from other news sources Huffington Post: Coolest cars of the show Detroit Free Press: Cars you have to check out Detroit Free Press: Hyundai's Blue Will plug-in hybrid would use lithium-ion polymer batteries AOL Autos: Chinese firm BYD claims it will hit U.S. market in 2010 Bay City Times: Dow Chemical joins the auto mix Bloomberg: Bentley turns to $285,000 sedan Business Week: Nissan focusing on eliminating emissions Dow Jones: European automakers brace for tough 2010 The Car Connection: 2012 Cadillac XTS Platinum Concept not stunning Detroit Free Press: Lincoln MKX gets makeover Detroit Free Press: Ford CEO Alan Mulally has no plans to retire New York Times: Hybrids, electric vehicles take center stage Dallas Morning News: Now smaller, Detroit auto show is easier to get around Reuters: Optimism defining auto show USA Today: Honda's CR-Z offers two-seat hybrid experience Detroit Free Press: Volkswagen aims to increase U.S. market share Associated Press: Ford announces commitment to invest $450 million, hire 1,000 for electric vehicles operation
MLive.com: 7 surprises on Day One of auto show
Ford Motor Co. Chairman Bill Ford Jr. answers questions from the media this morning following a press conference at media days of the 2010 Auto Show at Cobo Arena in Detroit.
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New York Times: GM reveals GMC Granite concept vehicle Detroit Free Press: Automakers get chance to show their best ideas
Detroit Free Press: Toyota bets on hybrids more than on plug-ins New York Times: Pelosi among list of auto show attendees ABC News: Ford unveiling 2012 Ford Focus USA Today: GM redesigns Chevy Aveo Bloomberg: Daimler's two-seater Smart Car stalls in size-obsessed U.S.
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