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In pictures: The North American International Auto Show

Approximately 5,000 journalists from more than 60 countries attended the event in Detroit, Michigan

In pictures: The North American International Auto Show
The Nissan Sports Sedan Concept vehicle is introduced at the press preview of the 2014 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Michigan. Approximately 5,000 journalists from more than 60 countries attended the event which opens to the public on 18 January.
In pictures: The North American International Auto Show
A popular attraction at the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) was Hyundai’s 2015 Genesis.
In pictures: The North American International Auto Show
Thomas Ingenlath, Volvo Senior Vice President of Design, unveiled and discussed the Volvo XC Concept vehicle at the press preview of NAIAS 2014.
In pictures: The North American International Auto Show
Members of the design team were projected behind Kia’s GT4 Stinger concept sports car.
In pictures: The North American International Auto Show
John Mendel, Executive Vice President, Auto Sales, American Honda Motor Company, introduced the new 2015 Honda Fit.
In pictures: The North American International Auto Show
The world’s media photographed members of the board of management of Audi AG who posed with the new Audi Offroad Concept vehicle.
In pictures: The North American International Auto Show
The John Cooper Works Concept car was unveiled by Jochen Goller, senior vice president of Mini sales.
In pictures: The North American International Auto Show
The new AudiS8 crossover was another popular attraction at the event.
In pictures: The North American International Auto Show
Alistair Gardner, president and CEO of Chrysler Brand, introduces the 2015 Chrysler 200.
In pictures: The North American International Auto Show
Another popular draw was the new Toyota FT-1 Concept.
In pictures: The North American International Auto Show
Dr Dieiter Zetsche, chairman of the board at Mercedes-Benz, poses with the new Mercedes C Class after its introduction at NAIAS.
In pictures: The North American International Auto Show
Mary Barra, General Motors senior vice president of global product development, and GM CEO-elect, introduces the 2015 GMC Canyon midsize truck at its world debut at NAIAS.