By Brian Douglas
Detroit remains the undisputed champion of international auto shows, amazing journalists this year with the surprise unveiling of Ford’s stunning GT. Los Angeles, another show with global stature, seems in a secure second place for producing newsworthy new vehicle introductions. And New York’s allure as a media hub guarantees mainstream broadcast as well as print exposure. So where does that leave Chicago, aside from its February date making it the coldest auto show?
For those of us that travel back to the windy city this time of year, Chicago is big enough to be worth the effort, friendly and a small enough press gathering to allow deeper coverage of the new concepts and production cars. And for car shoppers, Chicago’s McCormick Place packs in record crowds. So joins us for a look at what’s really new for 2015 in Chicago.