January 12, 2021 By C! Magazine Staff

Detroit International Auto Show canceled for 2021 in favor of more exciting (and safer) Motor Bella

In March of last year, the organizers of the North American International Auto Show in Detroit announced plans to postpone the event (slated for June of last year) due to the health and safety risks brought about by the coronavirus pandemic. Seeing as we’re not out of the woods yet, the show has now been canceled for this year, 2021, as well.

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While the planned dates are still a good 8 or so months away (September), organizers have deemed it wise to shelve the show temporarily. Automotive enthusiasts, however, need not fret as there will be a more exciting show taking its place. Dubbed Motor Bella, it will be a “bridge into the future”, says those who are putting this event together.

Slated to run from September 21 to 26, 2021, Motor Bella will be an entirely outdoor event that will be held at M1 Concourse in Pontiac, Michigan. This venue will not only make it safer for everyone who is concerned about the virus. It will likewise have a race track where exhibitors can show off their performance cars and features of their latest technologies.

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All told, the Motor Bella event promises to be a more exciting take on the traditional motor show as we know it. More details will be provided in the coming months.

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