2013 Detroit Auto Show to Display Posters Made by Students
The North American International Auto Show is set to go this week in Detroit. While the same is normally being expected to showcase cars, a recent report has unveiled that the show this year would also be displaying posters designed by school students.
Two students from Stoney Creek High School had designed the posters in a contest that was held in Michigan. While there were 645 entries in total, it has been found that the winning ones have only been chosen for print in the auto show program.
All high school students could participate in the same. A Stoney Creek senior Morgan Barrow was the first prize achiever, which involved the Chairman's Award along with a $1,000 prize. The third-place prize was received in the
12th-grade category by a senior named Stephen Sinacori.
The car's world debut is though, to be held on Tuesday at the show, Lexus uncovered its all-new IS sedan's pictures on Wednesday itself. It has been found that the next-generation IS to go on sale as 2014 models would arrive as an IS 250 and IS 350. Detroit news conference would be getting the Engine specifics.
More aggressive and sport-oriented F-Sport packages would come with both the car models, the report says.
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