Nissan and Infinity officially announce return to Detroit Auto Show in 2012

Nissan and Infinity officially announce return to Detroit Auto Show in 2012

Detroit Auto Show and NAIAS are two important events that seem to get better every year making journalists busy late into the night with analysis and reports, thus leaving the world crisis way behind. Considered by most fans to be the most important event, the Detroit Auto Show takes place every January and this year, it attracted carmakers from all over the world, displaying hundreds of cars, although Nissan, together with its premium division Infinity, has been missing for two years. But this fact is about to change, as Nissan representatives officially announced their return in 2012.
Bill Perkins, North American International Auto Show chairman stated that they had been meeting with automakers all over the world since January and were thrilled to announce that the increasing strength of auto industry together with the ongoing confidence and support of their manufacturer partners had in NAIAS, it would return to a two-day press schedule format in order to accommodate dozens of worldwide and North American product unveilings. Perkins added that NAIAS remained one of the most important car events in the world and their objective was to do everything possible to create an exciting and supporting venue that would attract media than any other show in America. Unlike the previous years, the 2012 NAIAS is scheduled to have two days of press conference, instead of one, probably because automakers made great efforts to present their products, while journalists were scrambling to dash from one venue to the next. The show's 2011 preview was attended by more than 5,000 media coming from 41 states and 60 countries and in 2012 more are expected to come. The General, Vhrysler and Blue Oval have already announced their plans to present products on both press conference days, while other wonderful European car manufacturers share the thought.


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