This year is proving to be a great year for car enthusiasts. With several auto shows lined up, there are plenty of new vehicles making their debut. The brand new vehicles debuting at the 2017 Chicago Auto Show are no exception.
The North American International Auto Show was just a few weeks ago, and now, the Chicago Auto Show is ready to shine the spotlight to some of the best car debuts. Aside from the new debuts, the CAS has more to offer.
There's less crowd on media days, the show is evidently more spread out, and it has been the place manufacturers debut their special editions for the last few years. That could be the case for this year's show, too.
According to a report by Automotive News, the 2017 Chicago Auto Show debuts some special edition pickup trucks. Giant automakers have already been listed for the event.
Nissan, Toyota, and Ram will be at the event 2017 Chicago Auto Show as well. According to reports, Nissan will finally present the last of its cab configuration for both the Titan and Titan XD in the form of the King Cab.
On the other hand, Ram is expected to debut some special editions. This is an attempt to keep the audience interested in the Ram pickup lineup.
Toyota is also expected to present a new TRD model for the full-size Tundra. This move makes the most sense considering the TRD models are so popular for the Tacoma lineup.
It remains a mystery whether or not the audience will see a factory-ready Jeep pickup on the event. It is also unconfirmed whether or not Ford will offer an early look at the upcoming Ranger pickup or Bronco SUV. However, it has been confirmed by the company that the 2018 Ford Expedition will debut at the event.
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The 2017 Chicago Auto Show dates from Saturday, February 11 through February 20th. The event will take place at the McCormick Place, 2301 S. King Drive.
Show hours will be from 10 a.m to 10 p.m on Saturday, February 19 and 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on February 20. The 2017 Chicago Auto Show tickets are priced at $13 for adults, $7 for seniors aged 62 and above, and $7 for children ages 7-12 years old.
For those children aged 6 or younger are free as long as they are accompanied by a paying adult. Tickets are available at on-site booths during the show, or fans can buy their tickets at ChicagoAutoShow.com.