Cruising through the Detroit Auto Show (GIFs included)

North American International Auto Show Review

The TernPro Team went on an adventure this weekend to the North American International Auto Show to check out the latest and greatest in the auto industry.  With over 500 vehicles on display, we experienced North America's largest and most prestigious automotive showcase, right here in the Motor City.  Personally, I am not a car enthusiast, but Brentt, who spends his free time hunting down original muscle car parts as he rebuilds a 1967 Pontiac Firebird 400, dragged me around to see some amazing displays of design and engineering.  Here are some of our best and most interesting discoveries along the way in the jam packed Cobo Center.

Honda FCEV Concept Car

Not bad Honda!   Definitely not the Civic my parents had when I was in high school.

Ford Focus Racing Game

Not the car I would get too excited about racing, but this immersive game was pretty awesome.

Ford Focus Auto Show Game


This was the coolest thing in the Lincoln display.  I probably watched it for 15 minutes.

Lincoln Auto Show Display

Toyota FT-1 

Brentt was really excited about the FT-1 sports car concept Toyota introduced at this year's auto show.  I thought it was really cool until it took 3 minutes to spin around the display while I was boxing out over eager car fans to get this gif.

Toyota FT-1 Concept

Toyota i-Road

The i-Road! Definitely a fan favorite.  It only has 3 wheels!

Toyota i-Road

The Winner: Chevrolet Corvette C7R

The Chevy display last year stole my heart with the Corvette Stingray, and it was again my favorite this year.  I would love to put a GoPro on this 2014 Corvette C7R and take it out for a test drive.

Chevrolet Corvette C7R

If you love driving in beautiful automobiles in beautiful places, check out some of our TernPro Video Bundles, the perfect way to capture your auto adventure!


2014 is off to the races! Buckle Up! 

Brian Bosche
Brian Bosche


Brian Bosché is CEO and Co-founder of TernPro. He is a 2012 Venture for America Fellow and has worked with early stage businesses in Detroit as a part of the Leadership Team at Bizdom.

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