She Wants One!
Elise O'Brien of Brighton, Michigan takes a pretend spin in a Mercedes. She attended the auto show with her parents, Patrick and Stephanie O'Brien.
If there's one thing you'll see at the North American International Auto Show it's plenty of colorful lights and cars.
Yeah for Yellow!
A visitor to the NAIAS checks out the new Mercedes-AMC GT.
First in Line!
Todd and Patricia Tyszko of Springport, Michigan were the first in line for the opening of the NAIAS. They traveled to the show for their son, Cameron, who loves cars.
Dan and Ike!
Keeping visitors to the North American International Auto Show safe were members of White Collar Canine out of Southfield. On duty for opening day was Dan Webb and his canine Ike. Last year, Ike found a gun.
Coat Check for Charity
Providing a service for auto show visitors and raising funds for the Knights of Columbus are coat checkers were, from left to right: Gary Putt of Ortonville and Angie and Ken Sheperd of Oxford.
College for Creative Studies student, Ajeet Sandhu, 18, of Chicago and formerly of London, England, sketches a car at the NAIAS.
Motor City Wheels
A student from the College of Creative Studies works on his sketch of a car at the NAIAS.
Students from the College of Creative Studies check out a car on display at the NAIAS.
Auto show detailer Gabriel McNeil takes a break before the opening of the NAIAS. McNeil is a chef and retired member of the NYPD, who works at the auto show when things are slow in the culinary industry.
Father and Son
Steve and Sean Bone of South Lyon annually attend the NAIAS. Steve is a designer for GM and both are car enthusiasts.
Robert Dunn, 5, of Monroe attended the show with his dad, Samuel Smith. Oh, and the monkey.
Have a Seat
At the NAIAS browsers get a chance to check out the new cars or trucks without being pressured to buy them.
KIA Snow Mobile
Check out the wheels on KIA's Ski Gondola.
Look What I Can Do!
Simulators of all kinds were a big hit at the show.
Steve and Sean Bone of South Lyon check out the interior of a new Mercedes.
You can always count on at least one car being displayed as wall art at the NAIAS.
Pretty in Pink!
Courtney Matlock, 23, of Linden, MIchigan said this pink car is a refreshing change from the typical red, blue or black cars you see.
Said Baca, 8, and his brother, Axel, 5, had a great time checking out the new Lego Batmobile displayed at the NAIAS. The boys attended the show with their parents, Rodolfo Baca and Gaby Mora.
Saturday's opening of the NAIAS featured a lot of surprises including special presentations by numerous brands. Shown here is Chevy's 2018 Traverse.
"I might get a car like this when I'm 16," said Andy Stonehouse of Lapeer, sitting behind the wheel of a Chevy Cruz.