New Technologies Will Be in Spotlight at Auto Show

Jake Neher/WDET

Paul Eisenstein

Every year, CES (formerly known as the Consumer Electronic Show) gives us a glimpse of what to expect at the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) when it comes to technology and how our vehicles are getting smarter. And each year, it gets a little more impressive.

Our vehicles are becoming hubs for technology that makes them safer, more efficient, and more connected.

Auto industry analyst Paul Eisenstein, publisher of, just got back to Detroit from CES and will be heading to the auto show next week.

Eisenstein joins Detroit Today with Stephen Henderson to talk about what he’s seeing in terms of technology trends in cars and trucks this year.

Click on the audio player above to hear that conversation.

Image credit: Jake Neher/WDET

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