Car companies in huge numbers have started pouring in at the North American International Auto Show held in Detroit. It is learned 59 new cars and concepts will be unveiled this year, which is 18 more than that of 2012 revealing the success of higher sales and profits at the disposal of the companies.
Nissan, Mercedes and Toyota are the three major players to exhibit their cars and concepts with more elaborate displays. Besides, Ford will be luring the visitors with their own lines to prove their existence as oldest surviving car company in the world.
The Detroit Auto Show opened on Saturday and visitors are looking for five trends this time – getting more efficient cars, good pickups to be on display, luxury boom for high-end owners, blurring of the existing lines by several companies and crossovers getting smaller.