51st running of Canada’s biggest auto show
New brands and expanded EV test opportunities
The Canadian International Auto Show will be celebrating 51 years when it returns to the Metro Toronto Convention Centre this February. On the back of the event’s third-highest-ever attendance, the show is looking to celebrate with an event that’s even bigger and better.
This year the Toronto show will have an EV test track indoors that will offer even more electric models for visitors to try. An outdoor track is back too, adding even more electric driving opportunities.
Buyers can learn more about EVs at Electric City, a one-stop destination for education about the vehicles, charging, and everything else electrified.
If you’re interested in more classic hardware, Cobble Beach Classics returns with a showcase of rare and exotic cars curated by the Cobble Beach Concours d’Elegance. Auto Exotica, curated by Autostrada, will have ultra-modern luxury cars, supercars, and hypercars.
Camp Jeep, Jeep’s indoor off-road test track, will be back once again. The 20,000-square-foot off-road showcase is the company’s largest.
There will also be family features including a return from Lego and Mattel. The two expect to announce their plans in the coming weeks ahead of the event.
Of course, there will also be plenty of new cars, trucks, and SUVs on display including brands that weren’t there last year. Those will be announced in the lead-up to the show as well.
The Canadian International Auto Show runs February 16-25 at the Metro Toronto Convention Center. Tickets are on sale now.