International Auto ShowTony Norton, Vice President, Marketing at solidThinking
As a Brit who has now lived in Michigan for 12 years, I have slowly come to take a very Detroit-centric view of the automotive world. This can be re-enforced by my annual pilgrimage to the North American International Auto Show each January. My routine was changed this year as I missed the NAIAS to travel through Europe, the Middle East and Asia. That trip gave me a chance to contemplate the differences and similarities in global car cultures during a time when I’m usually focused on checking out the latest in full-size pick-up trucks and pony cars.