Automakers Convene In Detroit For Annual Auto Show

Their government bailout phase over, and their bout with recession buying habits complete, automakers assemble in Detroit this week for the annual North American International Auto Show. Word is you can look for a return to big luxurious trucks and muscle cars, as new federal regulations on fuel efficiency don’t hit until 2025.

Some designs will go the more economical route, an all-electric Bolt from Chevrolet with a 200 mile range.

ABC’s Scott Goldberg joined us from New York with details:

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