The North American Auto Show won’t happen this year, but show officials have replaced the event with a new one in an outdoor setting. Motor Bella is described as a “bridge to the future”, and according to a press release, “the event will bring next-generation mobility and exciting vehicle debuts to media, show-goers, and automotive enthusiasts in a way never before experienced.”
The event is scheduled for September 21-26th at the M1 Concourse in Pontiac. The M1 Concourse is known as a place for people to keep, show, and exercise their vehicles and is described as an 87-acre playground for auto enthusiasts. It houses community garages, a performance track, and hosts a private Motorsports Club.
Motor Bella will take the auto show to a new level by offering vehicle showcases in action. Executive Director Rod Alberts said, “This all-outdoor venue, with adrenaline-pumping track activities and a full complement of OEM and technology exhibits, is going to offer the sights, sounds and even the smell of all that the new world of mobility has to offer.”
To learn more, visit the event website <HERE>.
Reporting for WGRT – Jessie Wiegand