Booth Babes of N.A.I.A.S.

By Nauman Farooq

Call them company representatives, call them product specialists, but what most people call them by is “Auto Show Babes.”

Booth Babes of N.A.I.A.S.

Booth Babes of N.A.I.A.S.

No auto show is complete without them. They are about as significant to the auto show industry as gasoline is to the transportation industry.

While exotic sportscars can draw a crowd on their own, it is typically the more mundane means of transportation that usually gets adorned with beautiful women. So typically a Kia or Dodge would get the prettiest models to cause attention to their boring vehicles.

Not taking any chances, at the 2010 North American International Auto Show, pretty much ever car company had pretty models enhancing their display.

This year it seems that Chrysler’s parent company Fiat, had spent all their money on beautiful models and hence had no budget left to develop concept cars. Most journalists present during the press days thought this was money very well spent.

So if you go to auto shows to see more than just cars, the gallery below should be to your liking. Enjoy!

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2 Responses to Booth Babes of N.A.I.A.S.

  1. Felix the Cat says:

    They have cars at auto shows?

  2. Social Critic says:

    Yet another example of ‘Women’s Emancipation’ as defined by the West; debriefing women to attract attention to products.

    Besides, I consider cars to be much more beautiful than women, no offence intended. If you are going to an Auto show to look at girls, you are not serious about cars.

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