The Detroit Auto Show has been postponed until September 2022

The Detroit Auto Show has been postponed until September 2022.

Motor City's annual auto show will take place from September 17 to 25, organizers announced Wednesday.

The show will debut a new, more experiential format with more outdoor activities rather than a traditional convention center setting by this fall if Coronavirus concerns subside by then.

The Detroit auto show was an early January tradition, officially titled the North American International Auto Show. It was planned to host a consumer-centric celebration of all things automotive in May 2020, but the COVID-19 pandemic ended the event. In 2021, an abbreviated show was held in conjunction with a small automotive festival in suburban Detroit. Until the Detroit show is revamped, we do not know what it will look like.

There were a few car shows last year, and the Chicago Auto Show is still planned for February 2022.

The auto shows were undergoing a general revamp even before the COVID-19 pandemic took hold, some moving to events in the same vein as the Goodwood Festival of Speed held each year in England. From marketing-focused automaker displays to relatively grassroots enthusiast events, plus a competition element, it brings it all together. Browse new car models for sale.

The Detroit Auto Show has been postponed until September 2022.

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