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Every year, dozens of new and upcoming car models are introduced to the public. Most of these cars debut in the internationally recognized auto shows held in world cities such as New York, Chicago, Paris, Detroit, Geneva, Tokyo and Frankfurt. The worldís automakers usually pull out all the stops when introducing their new models. In the US, GMC, Ford and DaimlerChrysler release new models as well as updated versions of its current models. This is usually one of the most exciting and hectic times within the yea especially for automotive industry insiders, automotive journalists and ordinary car lovers like all of us.
Auto shows are some of the most awaited events in the automotive industry. The North American International Auto Show held in Detroit usually starts of the year and is considered one of, if not the biggest auto show in the industry, Here, all major automakers try to outdo each other in terms of new models, concept cars, new technologies and exhibits. The other major auto shows in various cities all over the world then follows suit. During these auto shows, the public gets a good glimpse of the many new vehicle models. Innovative concept vehicles not only fire the imagination of car lovers, they are also used by automakers as an introduction of a future design or engineering direction.
Of course, not all of us have the privilege of attending all these various auto shows and debuts. Thatís why The Auto Blog, sponsored by Auto Parts Train, is offering people a front row seat to these auto shows. The blog regularly reports the most notable and most newsworthy events as well as the newest vehicles introduced. The Auto Blog was conceptualized by PartsTrain.com, the foremost aftermarket, collision and replacement auto parts and accessories retailer in the internet today, as a valuable resource offering various significant information about the automotive industry not only to Parts Trainís loyal customers but to the general public as well.
About the Author: Jenny McLane is a 36 year old native of Iowa and has a knack for research on cars and anything and everything about it. She works full time as a Market Analyst for one of the leading car parts suppliers in the country today.