Ford Motor Company’s display at the 2014 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Michigan includes a 37.5-ton display that simulates a moving assembly line, technology displays, and interactive exhibits and, of course concept cars.
One concept in particular will draw Mustang fans: the Concept II created by the original Mustang design team. This is the concept vehicle which led to the design of the 1964 Mustang.
Go big or go home
Ford’s display at this year's show covers 66,167 square feet of floor space, and includes 82 vehicles and numerous interactive displays.
To tell the F-150 story, Ford erected a massive display that simulates the F-150 assembly line, with robotic pieces that dramatize the creation of the vehicle. Four trucks in various stages of build, starting with a steel frame, are showcased.
The 2015 Mustang gets center stage at this year’s show. A new upper-level exhibit area provides a special celebration for the 50th anniversary of Mustang. Visitors will be immersed in cultural and historic artifacts, as well as references to Mustang’s impact on fashion, film, food and fun since Mustang was introduced to the public in 1964.
The 2014 North American International Auto Show is open to the public January 18-26 at the Cobo Center in Detroit.