The Chicago Auto Show returns (February 11th – 20th). The show reopens the north exhibit hall of McCormick Place, expanding once again to a two-hall show and reenlisting brands that were missed during the pandemic. The 2023 show is positioned to be the most experiential Chicago Auto Show yet, offering outdoor ride-and- drives as well as a several brand-new indoor test tracks including a 100,000 sq.-ft. destination featuring EV test drives, called Chicago Drives Electric.
The show will feature new indoor test tracks and outdoor test drives on city streets, giving fans the opportunity to get behind the wheel and experience the latest vehicles. Additionally, the 2023 show will bring back fan-favorite events that took a backseat during the pandemic including Chicago Friday Night Flights, a local craft beer sampling event, and the Toyota Miles Per Hour run, where runners can experience the auto show via a 2.4-mile loop inside McCormick Place.
“We’re thrilled to bring Chicago Drives Electric into the Chicago Auto Show,” said Chicago Auto Show Co-General Manager Jennifer Morand. “Plans are shaping up for consumers to be able to experience a range of vehicles across six different manufacturers and within a variety of price points to fit any budget.”
Tickets to the 2023 Chicago Auto Show are currently on sale at ChicagoAutoShow.com. The 2023 show runs Feb. 11-20 at McCormick Place and is open to the public 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. each day, except for the final day, Presidents Day, when the show closes at 8 p.m.Copyright secured by Digiprove © 2023
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