Philadelphia auto show runs through Feb. 7

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The Philadelphia International Auto Show returned to the Pennsylvania Convention Center this past weekend and will continue through Sunday, Feb. 7.

The nine-day Auto Show returns with a 550,000-square-foot display floor showcasing a range of vehicles including pre-production models, concepts, hybrids, exotics and antiques from all around the world. Vehicle highlights for the show will include new models of Audi, Buick, Chevrolet, Ford, Hyndai, Mazda, Acura, GMC, Jaguar, Nissan, Subaru and Cadillac.

Other highlights include an expanded Vintage Vehicle Display, The Simeone Foundation Automotive Museum Exhibit, Celebrity Appearances, and Auto Dealers CARing for Kids Foundation Day .

“This is the 108th Philadelphia Auto Show and we are particularly thrilled with the caliber of this year’s event,” said Dominic M. Conicelli, chairman of the show and president of Conicelli Autoplex. “It’s no secret that 2009 was a historic year for the automotive industry, and auto shows across the country were faced with new challenges. However, to our satisfaction and delight, we are ecstatic to deliver another world-class auto show to the city of Philadelphia. Nearly every manufacturer will be back on the display floor, and new features will also be present!”

A key feature of this year’s Philadelphia International Auto Show is the expansion of DUB Live!, a 35,000 square-foot display of some of the hottest customized rides and celebrity vehicles sponsored by DUB magazine.
 
The Philadelphia International Auto Show is one of the largest auto shows in the country. For the 2010 event, the ADAGP will continue its tradition of donating one dollar for every Auto Show ticket sold to The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia through its Auto Dealers CARing for Kids Foundation.
 
For information about discount coupons and tickets go to: www.phillyautoshow.com

 


 

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