Article by Daniela Ortega
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA – The 49th edition of the Miami International Auto Show will run from Friday, November 1st, until Sunday, November 10th, at the Miami Beach Convention Center. The event is ranked top-five in auto shows in the United States.
Attendees of the Miami International Auto Show can expect major unveilings from companies such as Nissan, Toyota, Genesis, Hyundai and Mopar. In addition, many highly anticipated vehicles like the 2020 Jeep Gladiator and the all-new 2020 Toyota GR Supra will be showcased, alongside several hundred new car models.
Richard Baker, auto show manager, commented, “This is our second year in the newly-renovated Miami Beach Convention Center and we are planning a wonderful entertainment experience for our attendees. As we’re trying to provide added entertainment, we are also trying to go back to basics.”
He continued, “Many auto manufacturers are planning to unveil some new models and the popular Camp Jeep will make its return after a three-year absence.”
Camp Jeep, a 25,000-square foot interactive exhibit will also return this year. The off-road experiences include the ‘thrilling can’t miss hill climb’ among others.
Other highlights will include The Antique Automobile Club of America’s South Florida Region’s presentation. They will showcase ‘an all-star line-up of classics’, at the Memory Lane and Havana Classics exhibit.
The anticipated exhibition will feature the 1959 Ford Skyliner, 1956 Chevy Nomad Wagon, 1967 Chevy Corvette Stingray Coupe, 1968 Mercedes Benz 280SE Coupe, 1969 Chevy Camaro Indy Pace Car and a 1974 Detomaso Pantera.
Duaiv, a South Florida resident and French American artist will also display his latest work on the newly painted 2020 McLaren 720S Spider.
Lastly, a Hyundai 2020 Sonata will be raffled at the end of the show, for one lucky attendee to take home. This year’s official show car is also a Hyundai, the 2020 Palisade SUV.
Tickets for the auto show in Miami Beach are $15 per adults, $6 for children up to twelve years old, and free for children under six years old.
Source: Miami Beach Times