Its here and its electric! And we mean that quite literally. The New York International Auto Show is back at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center from April 7-16. The annual automobile spectacular is doubling its electrification effort with an expanded multi-brand Electric Vehicle Test Track with more vehicles, industry participation, sponsors, and more elaborate automaker EV tracks on Level 3. Pretty epic for the times and we can’t wait!
There is no better place to research your next new car than the New York Auto Show. For more than a century New Yorker’s have visited the show in the millions to experience everything that the automobile industry has to offer and to get a glimpse into the future. It’s the one place where the information is comprehensive and engaging and where new technology can be explained and explored freely.
From the beginning, when the first New York Auto Show opened in November 1900 at the original Madison Square Garden, the annual exhibition of automobiles, and the pageantry they create, has been a hallmark of the industry. For 123 years, the New York Auto Show has given the world a glimpse into the future. Here, we take a journey back in time to celebrate and enjoy many of the notable moments that have occurred along the way.
“Auto Shows are a fundamental component of every car company wanting to influence buyer behavior. No other event can create this volume of direct vehicle contact and brand awareness,” said New York Auto Show president Mark Schienberg.
The New York Auto Show is also where the business of the industry gets done and the uniquely important 2023 New York Auto Show includes the nation’s leading industry events during its Press Preview days. Kick-starting the week, the Automotive Forum – created by J.D. Power, the National Automobile Dealers Association, and the New York Auto Show— returns with the biggest names in the industry on April 4. The exceptional World Car Awards – the #1 automotive awards program in the world, returns with its unique program designed to celebrate the best of the best that the auto industry has to offer on a uniquely global scale.
With over 80,000 attendee rides through multiple indoor and outdoor tracks last year, the spring Show will increase opportunities for OEMs to engage with consumers. Chevrolet, Nissan, Kia, VinFast, INDI, Volkswagen, and Volvo knocked it out of the park last year at the Show’s multi-brand Electric Vehicle Test Track. Thanks to the exceptional success of the brands taking part, the 2023 Show is growing its electric vehicle presence with more new vehicles, industry participants, sponsors, and an even larger track.
This year will be like no other and our calendars are circled. So should yours!
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