Trimmers who attended the 2019 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) noticed that nearly every convertible vehicle on display featured topping by Haartz Corporation.
It wasn’t a coincidence. Haartz Corporation’s products were exactly where they belonged — at the center of the auto industry’s largest gathering of automotive and technology executives, designers, engineers and thought leaders.
This year’s show – often called the Detroit Auto Show – featured 750 cars, including 30 new unveils like the Toyota Supra. More than 770,000 people attended the show between January 14 and 27 to check out the automotive technology and innovation on display.
Among the convertible vehicles they saw were:
2019 Jeep Wrangler, topped with Haartz Twillfast
2019 Alfa Romeo 4C Spider, topped with Haartz Sonnenland
2019 Buick Cascada, topped with Haartz Sonnenland
2019 Volkswagen Beetle, topped with Haartz Twillfast
Lexus LC Concept
“We are dedicated to offering uniquely colored, designed and patterned tops and are pleased that consumers are continuing to want diversified soft top options, as demonstrated at the North American International Auto Show,” said Matthew Williams, director of business development at Haartz Corporation.
In addition to having their products on display, Haartz Corporation was silver sponsor of the 2019 EyesOn Design Awards, NAIAS’ official design awards.
“EyesOn Design exemplifies extraordinary car design and we’re proud to be sponsors and among the greatest designers in the industry,” said Williams.
This year’s winners included:
- Innovative use of color, graphics or materials: Infiniti QX Inspiration Concept
- Best Interior: Infiniti QX Inspiration Concept
- Best Concept Vehicle: Infiniti QX Inspiration Concept
- Best Exterior Lighting: Lexus Convertible Concept
- Best Production Vehicle: 2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500