North American International Auto Show

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It was a media frenzy on Sunday as thousands of journalists converged on the Cobo Center in Detroit to check out the latest trends in cars at the North American International Auto Show.

Mike Anson of Suzuki says, "Modern cars today carry more computer power than the Apollo space craft had. So everything now is controlled by the computer and that's what allows you to deliver both fuel economy and performance."

And while vehicles like the Suzuki XL7 only get about 24 mpg on the highway, more cars are now being built to cater to a person's lifestyle.

"We have ski vehicles, we have surfing vehicles. Whatever people want to do, we want to build and supply the vehicles for them so they can do that."

The NAIAS opens to the public on Saturday, January 13th. For more information log on to