With The Washington Auto Show in early April this year instead of its usual January slot, no one had to worry about unexpected closure for snow or even about checking a coat. The crowds were steady and strong, especially for the indoor ride-and-drives like the Electric Drive Experience, the Jaguar/Land Rover Test Drive Experience and Camp Jeep Exotic cars were also crowd pleasers. It wouldn’t seem like Washington early in the year without The Washington Auto Show, but moving it forward to the spring has lots of promise for an eminently popular event.
Opening week was packed with different programs, starting with the well-attended MobilityTalks International Conference and Media Days, happening on April 3 and 4, respectively. The Washington Auto Show opened to the public April 5. Read on for more details!Download Bulletin PDF