The Chicago Auto Show, the nation’s largest, is ramping up for its closing weekend which runs Friday, Feb. 16 – Monday, Feb. 19 (Presidents Day).
Chicago Auto Show organizers are wrapping the 110th edition of the show with the return of Family Day on Monday, Feb. 19.
In recognition of the growing purchasing power and expanding role of women in automotive, show organizers, manufacturers and exhibitors will coordinate a full day of special events and programming for the Chicago Auto Show’s annual Women’s Day on Tuesday, Feb. 13
First Look for Charity, the cornerstone fundraiser of the Chicago Auto Show, raised more than $2.8 million for 18 local nonprofit organizations.
Automakers, manufacturers and enthusiasts from around the world are revving up for the 2018 Chicago Auto Show.
While Toyota will showcase new vehicles at the opening day of the 2018 Chicago Auto Show, it is also stepping in through its “Toyota Walk In My Boots” community outreach project to help Chicago area homeless families.
The U.S. edition of the much-anticipated Volkswagen Arteon was unveiled Thursday during the 2018 Chicago Auto Show Media Preview.
Toyota unveiled its new off-road-ready package – the 2019 TRD Pro Series – on Thursday during the 2018 Chicago Auto Show Media Preview.
Against the backdrop of the 110th Chicago Auto Show, Subaru celebrated its 50th anniversary in the U.S. with the reveal of limited-edition models for each vehicle in its 2018 lineup.
At the 2018 Chicago Auto Show Media Preview, Slingshot showed off its new Grand Touring Limited Edition – the latest offering in the luxury autocycle’s portfolio.