The 2015 North American International Auto Show enters its final weekend in Detroit at Cobo Center with hundreds of the latest vehicles for sale on display, as well as concepts for those of the future and interactive activities.

Cars have been organized into some sort of show in Detroit for many years, but it wasn't until 1989 that the Detroit Auto Show became the North American International Auto Show, opening itself up to wider participation from automakers from around the world. These days, a serious car maker is likely to have even a small display at the NAIAS.

Representatives from Tesla, for example - makers of luxury electric cars - told us they only show at the Geneva and Detroit shows. By the way, check out the Tesla's huge dashboard display screens!

2015 Tesla dash board, including huge interactive display screens. Photo by WBCK-Townsquare Media.

Over the next couple of days, we'll blog more about what's to see at the 2015 NAIAS, which runs through this Sunday at Cobo Center in Detroit. See the NAIAS link for more details on directions, parking and admission. We'll talk more about it, too, on The Richard Piet Show on WBCK.

2015 Chevy Corvette. Photo by WBCK-Townsquare Media.
2015 Ford F-150. Photo by WBCK-Townsquare Media.
2015 SRT Dodge Viper. Photo by WBCK-Townsquare Media