Rev Your Engines for the Chicago Auto ShowFebruary 03, 2020
The Chicago Auto Show isn’t just another car show. It’s one of the oldest and biggest in the country. It was first held in 1901, and there have been more than 100 installments of the show since. That makes it the longest-running car show anywhere in North America—it’s the largest because it takes over more than one million square feet of McCormick Place.
That’s plenty of room for the world’s top 30 manufacturers to show off what they’ve been working on. From luxury convertibles and concept cars to cutting-edge SUVs and hybrid autos, the array of vehicles runs the gamut. The Chicago Auto Show will come to McCormick Place from February 8th to the 17th, and tickets are $13. See the website for a lineup of special events, including a Craft Beer Night and Women’s Day.