TodayDecember 1, 2021

What to do at the Chicago Auto Show CAS2020?

Fun things to do and see at the Chicago Auto Show CAS2020

Most people go to the Chicago Auto Show CAS2020 to find their next ride, but the Chicago Auto Show has some fun things to see and do while shopping for a new car. We have pictures from the Chicago Auto show of cars that you can’t buy, rides you can take, and cars that speak to Chicago fans of all sports.

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Look for the Supercar garage and the 20-20 Ford GT Liquid Carbon starting at $750,000. The Ford STEAM machine and science lab are next to the walking tunnel and around the corner from Hank the Robot. There are so many companies offering rides and simulators at the show this year. Bring the kids, it’s going to be fun.

Everything from virtual reality rides to robots and bedangled vehicles are on display. The longest line that wasn’t for a car ride was at Subaru to play with the puppies that are up for adoption. You have to live around Chicago in order to adopt one of the puppies; otherwise, Dom Perignon (the chocolate lab/Australian Shepard) would be living in California now.

The 112th rendition of the Chicago Auto Show will house nearly 1,000 different vehicles. Additionally, attendees will also have the opportunity to see numerous accessories and auto-related exhibits, competition vehicles, and antique and collector cars. Enjoy the most-attended auto show of all auto shows in North America.

2020 Chicago Auto Show – Location

McCormick Place
2301 S. King Dr, Chicago, Illinois, 60616

2020 Chicago Auto Show – Dates & Times

Feb. 8 – 17
10 a.m. – 10 p.m. (8p.m. Feb. 17)

Vehicles on Display:

Sports Car
Sporty Coupe
Super Cars

Wear your comfortable shoes. The Chicago Auto Show utilizes more than 1 million square feet in the North and South Exhibit Halls of the McCormick Place complex. I walked about six miles each day I was there. You will too if you want to see the entire show.

Lou Ann Hammond

Lou Ann Hammond is the CEO of Carlist and Driving the Nation. She is the co-host of Real Wheels Washington Post carchat every Friday morning and is the Automotive, energy correspondent for The John Batchelor Show and a Contributor to Automotive Electronics magazine headquartered in Korea. Hammond is a founding member of the Women's World Car of the Year #WWCOTY, and board member of the Women in Automotive.

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