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Chevrolet’s NAIAS Displays Via Quadcopter

An impressive aerial tour of Chevrolet's floor setup at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show via DJI Phantom quadcopter.

Chevrolet puts the “show” in the North American International Auto Show with its all-new display featuring 20 ft.-tall, transparent screens with coordinated lighting and music that showcase Chevy’s cars, trucks, and crossovers. hevrolet flew a drone through the stand to show off what it’s doing, which is has replaced eye-level video as the next best thing to being there. You can check it out in the video above.
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All hail the quad-copter, long live the quadcopter.
Seeing the Chevrolet display at the Detroit Auto Show is worth doing this year, and not just because of the new Corvette Z06, Volt and Bolt concept. In order to attract the new kids, The Bowtie has gone all out with their show stand at Cobo Hall. A Corvette Z06, Trax, and Colorado are parked along a central aisle, called Mainstreet, at the end of which is a 20-foot-tall, 73-foot long transparent screen lording over the new Volt. Elsewhere are five more 20-foot-tall screens broadcasting nine stories today’s Chevrolet wants to tell about its vehicles, from performance to belief in the power of play to its 4G LTE-equipped OnStar telematics service.Then there are the social media and virtual reality safety installations, the community presentations and more. Chevrolet flew a drone through the stand to show off what it’s doing, which is has replaced eye-level video as the next best thing to being there.