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If you think that the only thing to do at the Chicago Auto Show is look at cars, then you haven't been down to the show for a while. Strewn among the sleek and shiny cars are a multitude of tactile, visual, and physically interactive displays.
The perennial favorite is the Jeep Test Track where you can climb into Jeep Wrangler and have a professional driver take you through their exhilarating obstacle course. For the kiddies, head to the Jeep and Dodge Kidz Court where children can drive their own kid-sized Jeep.
For a complete listing of interative exhibits, please visit our Interactive Displays page.
Take a look around at some of the concept cars at the 2013 Chicago Auto Show, and you will feel like you're starring in the Jetsons. While the cars on display cannot fly, they definitely have a futuristic look and feel.
Concept cars first appeared at auto shows in 1938 with the Buick Y-Job. A concept car is a prototype made to showcase an idea, new styling, technology and more. This year's show features more than a dozen concept vehicles.
Find out more about these exciting vehicles in our Concept Cars page.
The Chicago Auto Show is extremely proud to partner with Savor . . . Chicago to offer auto show attendees a wide selection of foods and a number of special, value-driven promotions.
The Tailgate Cafe, located in the North Exhibit Hall, features a number of tasty options including fresh and healthy dining selections along with tried-and-true show favorites.
We are again offering "Driven by Value" meals that offer affordable options for famlies on a tight budget. The Driven by Value meals include offerings from Connie’s pizza, Robinson’s Ribs, and Vienna Beef.
Find out more on our Meal Deals page.