The Gallery 2018 at Cobo Center

In the lead up to the 2018 North American International Auto Show, The Gallery, a display of luxury vehicles, was held on Jan. 13 at Cobo Center in downtown Detroit. The event, attended by more than 400 people, included a strolling cocktail party, cuisine prepared by Chef Wolfgang Puck, live entertainment, and a display of rare and luxury vehicles.


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