The annual New York International Auto Show features four floors of displays from automakers’ newest vehicles and latest futuristic concept cars. Dating back to 1900, the show became North America’s first automotive exhibition and for over one hundred years, it has continued its tradition of bringing new ideas to a world stage.
With over 1 million people in attendance at the event, 34 automakers and over 100 other exhibitors put the event together. The show was held at the New York Coliseum from 1956 to 1987 before being moved to the Javits Center. Nearly 1,000 cars and trucks will be on display at the exhibition this year. The event, in addition to showcasing vehicles from various brands from around the world, also includes automobile related conferences, forums, symposiums and more.
Production car introductions this year include the world debut of the 2020 Cadillac CT5, the 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class Coupe and the 2020 Toyota Highlander. North American debuts include the 2020 Bugatti Chiron Sport, the 2020 Jaguar XE and the 2020 Range Rover Velar SVAutobiography.
Adult tickets to the show are $17, while children (12 and under) pay $7. Children 2 and under are free. Premium ticket options include the Early Access tickets (enter 1 hour before the show opens on Friday & Saturday) for $45 adult and $17, child. Tours by automotive experts are also available, starting at $55 (18+, except for the Family Tour on Saturdays only). Learn more