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For those of you anxiously awaiting a trip to Detroit in January for the city's annual auto show, it's time to plan.

Organizers have released the press conference schedule for the show, which is reduced to two days' worth of press events for the upcoming year. While some automakers have returned after a year off from the Detroit show, some are amping up their presence even more--Audi, with the first auto show debut of its A8 sedan; Chevrolet, with the new Aveo and Camaro Convertible; and Ford, with its next Focus.

We'll be back shortly with a 2010 Detroit auto show preview. Until then, it's on your marks:

Monday, January 11, 2010
7:00 am Media Credential Office Opens / Oakland Concourse
7:00 am Show Floor Opens
7:30-7:50 am NAIAS 2010 Opening Ceremony / Michigan Hall Stage
8:00-8:30 am North American Car and Truck of the Year Awards/ Michigan Hall Stage

8:45-9:10 am Ford / Cobo Arena
9:25-9:50 am Buick and GMC
10:05-10:30 am Toyota / Riverview Ballroom
10:40-11:05 am Volkswagen
11:15-11:40 am Mercedes-Benz
11:50-12:15 pm BMW
12:25-12:50 pm Audi
1:00-1:25 pm Bentley
1:35-2:00 pm Honda
2:10-2:35 pm Kia
2:45-3:10 pm MINI
3:20-3:45 pm Hyundai
3:55-4:20 pm Chevrolet
4:30-4:55 pm SMS Supercars

Tuesday, January 12, 2010
7:30 am Show Floor Opens
8:00-8:25 am Lincoln / Cobo Arena
8:40-9:05 am Cadillac
9:15-9:40 am Subaru
9:50-10:15 am Commuter Cars
10:25-10:50 am BYD
11:00-11:25 am CT&T United
11:35 am-12:00 pm Revenge Designs
12:10-12:35 pm Tesla
12:45-1:10 pm Michelin / Location TBA
1:20-1:45 pm MEDC-X Prize / Location TBA
1:55-2:20 pm ZF Group / Location TBA
2:30-2:55 pm Dow Kokam / Location TBA
3:05-3:30 pm EyesOn Design Awards / Location TBA

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