5 Thing to Know About This Year’s Canadian International AutoShow
Whether you’re a die-hard gearhead or simply appreciate the allure of a nice car, you can get your automotive fix at the Canadian International AutoShow in Toronto.
With more than a thousand cars, trucks, concept vehicles and classic cars, there’s plenty to see, do and drive. So start your engines and check out these five things to know about this year’s AutoShow:
1. It’s All About Automotive Evolution
This year’s theme, entitled The New Movement, will explore the evolution of the automobile, highlighting advancements in automotive technology. With the rise of electric and self-driving vehicles, the Autoshow will give gearheads the chance to explore exciting future car tech.
2. You Can Take an EV for a Spin
At the EVolution Zone exhibit, you can get behind the driver’s seat of the world’s most exciting electric vehicles and test drive some of the latest EVs on the market! Afterwards, stick around and learn about the future of electric vehicle technology, self-driving cars, ride sharing and more.
3. Auto Exotica
Exotic car lovers can get their fix of rare, avant-garde automobiles at the Auto Exotica exhibit, featuring some the most luxurious vehicles around, including Lamborghinis, McLarens, Bugattis, Bentleys, Aston Martins and other magical marques.
4. Make it a Family Affair
Bring your littlest auto enthusiasts to the Volkswagen Children’s Playcare Centre where they can do arts and crafts, play dress-up and take part in interactive activities. Big kids can cruise over to the Hot Wheels 50th Anniversary exhibit and dive into the kids’ play zone, check out some life-sized Hot Wheels and enjoy tracktacular interactive experiences!
5. There’s Plenty to Eat and Drink
You won’t go hungry at the Canadian AutoShow – we promise! With three food courts featuring a variety of vendors, plus food trucks available outside the Ceremonial Entrance, you’ll have plenty of options to chow down on at lunchtime.
Tickets to the Canadian International AutoShow can be bought at the gate, or online at AutoShow.ca.