By Nauman Farooq
No self-respecting auto show would be complete without exotic cars. Afterall, what is fun about going to a big auto show and all you see are boring cars like Toyota Camry’s and Kia Rondo’s.
However, since the economy crashed, it has been the supercar industry that has felt most pain. Many exotic car brands have reported about orders getting cancelled and new customers aren’t just rolling in.
This means these companies don’t have any money to put up lavish display’s at major auto shows anymore.
However, at the 2010 North American International Auto Show, a separate section was created to allow such companies to show their product at a much more reasonable fee.
It’s called the “Gallery” and if you want to see the latest products from Aston Martin, Rolls Royce, Ferrari, Lamborghini and Spyker, this is the section to be at.
The “Gallery” however was not in a section of COBO Hall, where the main auto show is. The “Gallery” was set-up at the MGM Grand, a few miles from the rest of the show.
But if you are at the auto show, it is worth the trek to get upclose to the finest cars currently available.