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Our Guide To The Philadelphia Auto Show, Which Returns With Cool Cars, Special Events, Test Drives And More, January 31-February 8
Fasten your seat belts: the Philadelphia Auto Show returns this Saturday, January 31 and runs through February 8.
(Photo courtesy Philadelphia Auto Show)
The Philadelphia Auto Show races into town on Saturday, January 31 and stays put at the Pennsylvania Convention Center through February 8.
Check out (and learn about) cars of all sort from soon-to-be released models to classic cars that used to rule the road while also test driving cars from Jeep and Toyota.
Read on for our guide to this year s Auto Show.
A tradition since 1902, the Auto Show continually brings the best of the best in automotive design to the spotlight and allows attendees to sit in the vehicles, learn about the cars and some companies even allow guests to test drive.
The featured cars this year include some of the newest models out there everything from Buick and Fiat to Aston Martin and Bentley. A number of classic cars will be on view, too, like a 1970 Plymouth Superbird and a 1929 Dupont le Mans Speedster.
Guests can learn about cars, drive them, ooh and ahh over developments or simply pose for photos in impressive models.
The Auto Show opens on Friday, January 30 with the black tie tailgate. a benefit for the Division of Neonatology at CHOP. Be one of the first to check out the 2015 Philadelphia Auto Show as you dine and dance in the Pennsylvania Convention Center during the annual Black Tie Tailgate. The annual gala features an open bar, live music and food by Chef Jose Garces.
Test drive some of the featured cars at ride and drives, events that run throughout the duration of the Auto Show. Test drive Toyotas and Kias or try out a Jeep in the Camp Jeep exhibit. Additional events include live radio broadcasts from the Auto Show and even some tunes from Wired 96.5.
Car fan? The Philadelphia Auto Show is for you with its variety of makes and models — and the opportunity to test drive some of the cars. (Photo courtesy the Philadelphia Auto Show)