You don’t have to be shopping for a new car to enjoy the Miami International Auto Show, but if you are, there’s no better place to compare the latest and greatest in auto technology from the biggest names in the industry. Car enthusiasts, families, shoppers and tech-geeks alike enjoy the grandiose displays at the Miami Beach Convention Center over ten days in November. Come to the Annual Miami International Auto Show, where you can see the latest models of cars, trucks and SUVs from more than 40 of the world’s top auto manufacturers.
With over a million square feet of exhibit space, the Miami International Auto Show is one of the top five auto shows in the U.S. held every fall. The South Florida Auto Show is also the first important exhibition of the new car season.
Visitors to the Miami International Auto Show will see nearly 1,000 vehicles representing all makes from Hummers and Land Rovers to Saturns and Mitsubishis. Classic car lovers are sure to enjoy a walk down Memory Lane, presented by the Antique Automobile Club of America's South Florida Region, with over 20 classic cars from yesteryear.
One of the most popular exhibits, Million Dollar Alley, features Rolls Royce, Porsche, Ferrari, Lotus and a lavish display of shiny gold cars and blinged-out sets of wheels. Topless in Miami is a showcase of convertible cars, while Havana Classics, displays historic cars of 1950s Cuba. Motorcycle enthusiasts will spy such bikes as Ducatis, Hondas, Kawasakis and Yamahas. There are also multiple opportunities to ride-and-drive.
Some of the major exhibitors include: Acura, Aston Martin, Audi, Bentley, BMW, Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Chrysler, Dodge, Ferrari, Fiat, Ford, GMC, Honda, Hyundai, Infinity, Jaguar, JEEP, KIA, Lamborghini, Landrover. Lexus, Lincoln, Lotus, Maserati, Mazda, McLaren, Mercedes-Benz, Mini, Mitsubishi Motors, Nissan, Porsche, RAM, Rolls Royce, Scion, Smart, Subaru, Toyota, Volvo and VolksWagon.
The displays are elaborate and beautiful and staffed by professionals who know the ins-and-outs of that brand’s technology and each car’s capability.
The organization behind the Miami International Auto Show is the South Florida Auto-Truck Dealers Association. The group introduced the South Florida Auto Show to the world in 1971, a year when a gallon of gas cost a mere 36 cents.
For more information on dates, hours, tickets and pricing, visit the Miami International Auto Show's website Miami International Auto Show’s website