Detroit's COBO Center again played host to the North American International Auto Show, celebrating its twenty-fifth year. It was held from 13-26 of January.
The forty-third Tokyo motor show took place at the Tokyo Big Sight in Ariake, Koto-ku and saw 76 world debuts take place.
This year's IAA took place in Frankfurt and saw 159 world premieres and 1,091 exhibitors from 35 countries, with major topics being electric mobility and connectivity.
The Auto China exhibition is a time where the Chinese auto industry can flex its muscles and showcase the latest additions to its model ranges to compete with its European counterparts. This year's show was held in Shanghai and continued to show signs that the Chinese brands are steadily becoming able to compete with the traditional European powerhouses.
Geneva always promises to be one of the shows of the year and this year was no different, with a huge number of debuting models from Ferrari, Lamborghini, McLaren, Toyota and Alfa Romeo to name but a few.
This year's North American International Auto Show kicked off the auto show calendar, promising the debuts of a number of models from some of the biggest names in the industry.
After the disappointment of Paris, the auto industry needed a show that would inject a bit of life, a spark of creativity. Would we get this at this year's Los Angeles show?
Los Angeles 2012 opened its doors to the press and CDN were on the scene to cover the West Coast's biggest show.
The 2012 Paris Mondial de l'Automobile will not be remembered as a classic. When the Big Book of the Paris Motor Show is published, 2012 may be consigned to no more than a side note as the show that marked what a dire situation the European car industry was once in.
The most worrying aspect of the Paris show was the gen...
The 2012 Beijing motor show proved yet again that the balance of power and influence in the car industry continues to shift east.
With a number of global debuts from both international and domestic brands, the show – which alternates between Beijing and Shanghai – is now a must-attend event in our calendar.
The 2012 Geneva motor show, held once again at the Palexpo in the Swiss capital, saw some of the most highly-anticipated concept cars revealed. Arguably the most famous of the motor shows, the 2012 edition saw the unveiling of Ferrari's fastest roadcar yet, the F12 Berlinetta, and the Lamborghini Aventador J, which also created quite the buzz.
From Bentley to Hyundai,...