The annual Detroit Auto Show returns to the city this week to showcase cars, technology, and more. The show begins on Wednesday with a media preview, during which automakers will reveal new models and technologies for upcoming products, then opens to the public on Saturday. The show will feature new pickup trucks, high-performance coupes, and an indoor EV track, where Tesla will offer rides in four of its vehicles for the first time in years. Several brands will offer vehicle test rides inside Huntington Place and on the streets surrounding the Detroit Grand Prix as well. Within the convention center, the EV test track offers riders a 300-foot straightaway where they can experience legendary acceleration in EV vehicles from BMW, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Ford, GMC, Tesla, and VW. There were long lines at the 2022 show for the Ford, Ram, and Jeep indoor tracks inside Huntington Place, which showcased off-road capabilities. The off-road capabilities of Ford and Jeep’s vehicles will be demonstrated on indoor test tracks for fans enjoyment once again. In addition to all of the amazing vehicles you will see at the auto show, flying cars – personal aircraft, for lack of a better term, will return to the show this year.
The auto show will run from Saturday 16 until Sunday September 24th. Tickets for the auto show start at $10 for kids, 12 for seniors, and 20 for adults.