Crunch Time for US Auto Industry
This year, the unseasonably warm climate has not only made the city's snowploughs redundant: it also works as a live advertisement for the US car makers' chief rivals Toyota and Honda, which are both here to show off their hybrid cars.
With concerns about global warming high on the political agenda, their strategy seems to be working.
Last year, Toyota's sales in the US soared 12.9% while Honda's rose 3.5%, in sharp contrast to Motown's own which saw American drivers deserting in droves.
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