PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 25 28, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Greater Philadelphia Automobile Dealers Association, owner and producer of the Philadelphia Auto Show, announces details for its 2022 event, which is set to return to the PA Convention Center beginning March 5 – 13.
“Philadelphia, it’s time to move from idling to driving,” said Kevin Mazzucola, executive director of the Auto Dealers Association of Greater Philadelphia. “We’re fueled, recharged and ready to welcome guests back for one of the city’s most beloved events.”
Spanning over half a million square feet, the 2022 Philadelphia Auto Show exhibit floor will include several new features as well as fan favorites. This year marks the 120and edition of the event. Highlights include:
The e-Track: The show’s first-ever multi-brand electric vehicle test track will be a key feature of this year’s event. At e-Track, consumers will be able to ride electric vehicles from select manufacturers through an indoor track and experience the capabilities of their entries in this growing automotive segment.
The showroom: Guests will again be invited to experience the latest and greatest developments from some of today’s leading automakers in “The Showroom”.
Jeep & Toyota Ride & Drive camp: Camp Jeep returns to provide attendees with the ultimate indoor off-road driving experience via a one-of-a-kind 30,000 square foot track with an exhilarating climb. In addition, Toyota will once again offer its guests the opportunity to get behind the wheel of several of its latest models via its exterior Ride and Drive, located at 12and and Arch Streets.
Back in the day: On Back-in-the-Day Way, located in the beautiful Great Hall of the PA Convention Center, guests will take a trip down memory lane and discover vehicles of yesteryear thanks to the Antique Automobile Club of America and the Classic Auto Mall .
Exotics and more: Dozens of the world’s most stylish vehicles will also be showcased at this year’s event. Always a crowd pleaser, guests will be able to ooh and ahh all day thanks to FC Kerbeck, main line Maserati and McLaren Philadelphia.
Custom driveway: Featured in Hall F of the PA Convention Center, Custom Alley will feature a plethora of rides, bikes and the latest in aftermarket excitement.
Ticket information: All tickets will be sold electronically this year at phillyautoshow.com. Ticket prices are $10 to $16.
Health and Safety Information: All guests are encouraged to visit phillyautoshow.com prior to their visit to verify the latest health and safety requirements in the city of Philadelphia.
For more than a century, the Philadelphia Auto Show has raised awareness among area consumers and supported the local economy. It generates an annual economic impact of $50 million for the city of Philadelphia and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. To learn more, visit phillyautoshow.com.
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