Detroit Auto Show Cancelled, Venue To Become Hospital


With the coronavirus situation rapidly changing with each passing day, it was decided by the Federal Emergency Management Agency that the 2020 North American Internation Auto Show in Detroit will have to be put on hold as the TCF Center was chosen to become a field hospital for COVID-19 cases for at least six months. One of the United States’ most important automotive events, the auto show aims to resume in June of 2021, instead of the original June 9 to 20 of this year. The memo was picked up by the Detroit Free Press as it was circulated to show sponsors on Saturday.

This is the first year that the auto show was scheduled to happen in June and offers outdoor events along the Riverfront and Hart Plaza, such as test drives, demos of new technology, and Motor Bella, a pre-show festival of English and Italian cars in downtown. “The health and welfare…

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