Microsoft unveils 2003 North American International Auto Show

MSN Autos is introducing the official consumer Web site for the 2003 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS), being held this year in the COBO Conference/Exhibition Center, Detroit, MI.

For the sixth consecutive year, MSN Autos will provide consumers with instant access to new production model launches and concept cars as they are unveiled in Detroit along with independent auto reviews, surround and streaming video, and photography from the show floor.

As the official consumer Web site for this year's show, MSN Autos will offer a backstage pass to the show, including views of the hottest cars as they are unveiled, days before the show opens to the general public.

The NAIAS 2003 is open to the public from the 11th to the 20th January, with the media getting first peeks at the show from the 5th to the 8th of January.

Consumers who visit MSN Autos can view streaming video highlights, extensive photography, 360-degree surround videos, and exclusive reports and interviews from the show floor. In addition, MSN Autos will feature its virtual show floor to provide instant access to photos, videos and surround videos of exciting show highlights.

One of the proposed highlights is the news that Ford will be unveiling the new 2004 F-150, which has been the best-selling vehicle in America for 20 years straight.

News source: Microsoft PressPass

View: MSN Auto 2003 North American International Auto Show, Detriot, 11th to 20th January 2002

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