While General Motors Company and FoMoCo will have some exciting things to show in Detroit next month, Chrysler will remain fairly quiet. The Auburn Hills automaker said yesterday that it will not hold a press conference at the 2010 Detroit Auto Show, which is traditionally the largest showcase for the Big Three.
While Chrysler officials said they have no new models to show, industry analysts said that the decision was risky and might raise questions about the company’s prospects.
A little tip from us here at egmCarTech: Show off the new Fiat 500 and the new 1.4L in-line 4-cylinder Fully Integrated Robitized Engine (FIRE) featuring Multiair. You didn’t invest $179 million in Michigan for no reason- show it off.
– By: Stephen Calogera
Source: Detroit News