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Auto Show Opens To The Public


DETROIT, Mich. (WLNS) -- Hundreds of thousands of people plan to head to Detroit this week as the 2014 North American International Auto Show opens its doors to the public.     

Earlier this week, 6 News took you down to Detroit to check out the Auto Show. Now, it's your turn to see it all in person. Doors are open to the public and this year's Auto Show is revving up to be one of the best in years. 

From high performance vehicles, to fuel efficient cars, and luxury SUVs, it was a big week leading up to Saturday's grand opening. 

While the Chevy Corvette Stingray stole the show as North American Car of the Year, the Lansing built Cadillac CTS grabbed the spotlight for its innovation, design and driver satisfaction. 

If you plan to head to Detroit, Cobo Center doors open at 9 a.m. everyday, Sunday through Jan. 26. 

Most tickets cost $13, but it's only $7 for senior citizens and kids seven through 12. Kids six and under get in for free. You can buy tickets online or at the door.

It's also smart to plan parking before you head downtown. Spots are available on the Cobo Roof Deck, the Joe Louis Area and Millennium Garage. However, it's actually recommended to find parking further out and take the People Mover to Cobo Center for $0.75 per ride. 

On top of the wacky concept cars and glamorous vehicles, this year the newly renovated Cobo Center is a sight itself. 

For more information, visit the North American International Auto Show's website.

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