People stop for their pictures at the wheels of the Monster Truck, Bigfoot, during the first day open to the public at the 2022 North American International Auto Show Charity Preview at Huntington Place in Detroit on Saturday, September 17, 2022.

The new look of the Detroit Auto Show offers a lot more than cars

After three long years, the North American International Auto Show is back in downtown Detroit and, for the first time in decades, in summer weather.

On opening day, thousands of visitors flocked to Huntington Place and filled Hart Plaza—a new outdoor addition taking advantage of the season—for heated cars and family fun.

In addition to traditional car shows showcasing the latest models of automakers from around the world, this year’s auto show features a number of attractions that have nothing to do with cars, and even more so in terms of fun.

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On Saturday, families posed for selfies in front of a 60-foot rubber duck while kids were happy to roam near the lifelike Tyrannosaurus Rex.

Monster truck demonstrations, drone flights, and drive and drive experiences will be part of the event during the event, which runs until September 25.

With the transition from the traditional icy time period of January to the still-summer month of September, the event brings new attractions that offer something for everyone.

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