The streets may be slushy but we’re not far from great driving conditions, so check out the one million square feet of vehicles on display at the 2015 Chicago Auto Show to find out which wheels you’ll be driving this summer.
Being the largest auto show along with being the most presented in the world, the Chicago Auto Show comes with the perks of some great debuts and otherworldly concept vehicles. Whether it be the new design tweaks to the Toyota Corolla Special Edition, the buzzed-about Ford GT, or the metal-fan favorite Scion Slayer Mobile, the Chicago Auto Show has something for every car fan.
For hard-core fans just seeing these vehicles are enough, but sometimes you need an added element to appeal to the casuals and the Chicago Auto Show has it with seven interactive exhibits. Test drive the Ford, Kia, Mazda, Scion, Subaru, Toyota cars at the outdoor Ride and Drive exhibit, or if it’s too cold do the indoor test tracks where Jeep’s obstacle course is always a crowd favorite. Visitors can also race against the clock at the Dodge simulator while in the Dodge Challenger. More tech-focused visitors won’t want to miss the Apple CarPlay and Google Android Auto demonstrations and see how these two tech giants are slowly changing how we interact with our cars.
The Chicago Auto Show runs from Feb. 14 – 22 at McCormick Place located at 2301 S. Lake Shore Dr. Admission is $12 for adults, $6 for seniors age 62 and older and children ages 7 – 12 and free for all children ages 6 and under. For more information visit chicagoautoshow.com.