The 2010 Canadian International AutoShow gives no sense that the automobile industry may be in crisis.
The AutoShow has been Canada’s biggest and most popular consumer show ever. The major change for 2010 is that the Rogers Centre is not being used so there is less floor space but with hundreds of new and old cars, performance cars, concept cars, “green” cars, SUVs, etc.
A tribute to legendary American racer and designer Carroll Shelby.
The Canadian Motorsport Hall of Fame is present at the Show
There’s lots of interesting stuff to see, and the Show overall is well organized.
The 2010 Canadian International AutoShow runs until February 21 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. Adult passes are $20 for a single day or $30 for any two days. For tickets and more info, visit www.autoshow.ca