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SHOW CONTINUES THROUGH THE HOLIDAY WEEKEND WITH UNIQUE DISPLAYS AND INTERACTIVE EXHIBITS
SAN FRANCISCO, CA – November 27, 2015 – Large crowds continue to fill the Moscone Center at the 58th Annual San Francisco International Auto Show, running through this Sunday, Nov. 29 until 9pm. Event organizers say there is something for everyone from interactive exhibits, unique displays and of course the hundreds of the new 2016 model cars, trucks, SUV’s and alternative fuel vehicles from 38 of the world’s major manufacturers..
Here is a sample of what to expect:
SHOW RUNS THROUGH THE HOLIDAY WEEKEND OFFERS EYE CANDY AND DRIVE EXPERIENCES
SAN FRANCISCO, CA – November 25, 2015 — The Bay Area’s largest and most prestigious auto exposition, the San Francisco Chronicle 58th Annual International Auto Show runs through the holiday weekend, including Thanksgiving Day, concluding at 9:00 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 29, at the Moscone Center.
With over 1 million square feet of exhibit space, auto show enthusiasts have been lining up to see the 2016 new model cars, trucks, SUV’s, crossovers and alternative fuel vehicles from 38 of the world’s major manufacturers. Also immensely popular are the exotic and high performance vehicles along with the consumer test drives offered by select manufacturers.
TECHNOLOGY AND DESIGN TAKE CENTER STAGE
SAN FRANCISCO, CA – November 23, 2015 — The Bay Area’s largest and most prestigious auto exposition, the San Francisco Chronicle 58th Annual International Auto Show, opened to huge crowds over the weekend and will run through Sunday, Nov. 29, including Thanksgiving Day, at the Moscone Center.
Auto Show enthusiasts have been eager to explore the 1.2 million square feet of new model vehicles, crossovers, SUV’s and alternative fuel vehicles on display from over 38 of the world’s major manufacturers. Front and center at this year’s show, is an increased presence in technology and design. “We are at the epicenter of technology and design here in San Francisco,” stated Kevin Diamond, Director of the San Francisco Auto Show. “It is a natural fit for car manufacturers to display and showcase their latest technology in current production vehicles to our huge audience”.
SHOW TO RUN NINE DAYS INCLUDING THANKSGIVING
SAN FRANCISCO, CA – November 19, 2015 — The Bay Area’s largest and most prestigious auto exposition, the San Francisco Chronicle 58th Annual International Auto Show opens this Saturday, Nov. 21 and will run through Sunday, Nov. 29, including Thanksgiving Day, at the Moscone Center.
Supported by the California New Car Dealers Association, the International Auto Show features the products of 38 of the world’s major manufacturers for the year 2016 and beyond including many new introductions, exotic sports cars, alternative fuel and hybrid vehicles.
The San Francisco International Auto Show, the only auto show held regionally that lures the dazzling high-tech displays from the world’s major manufacturers, will offer Bay Area auto buyers and enthusiasts their first opportunity to see the new 2016 model vehicles all in one place.
CAR SHOW MAKES IT EASIER AND MORE FUN
SAN FRANCISCO, CA – November 17, 2015 –Women in need of a new little black dress hurry to shopping malls where they can find many choices. Shopping for a car is no different. The more choices, the better the choice.
The 2016 San Francisco Chronicle International Auto Show will display more than 600 vehicles from the world’s major manufacturers. The 58th annual show opens Nov. 21-29, at Moscone Center.
“I am not really into cars, but I was in San Francisco last year to spend Thanksgiving with my son, Christopher, and daughter-in-law, Judy, and wandered into the car show, which was near my hotel,” said Southern Californian Anne Johnson. “It was wonderful, very educational and no one was pushy.”
Sales are not permitted at the show, which means no haggling just manufacturers’ representatives on hand to answer questions.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA – November 11, 2015 – Americans just keep on truckin’. The American Trucking Association, reports that 30.7 million trucks are registered for business purposes in the United States.
The San Francisco Chronicle 58th Annual International Auto Show, set for Nov. 21-29 at the Moscone Center, will feature trucks manufactured by some companies that have been in business in the United States since the early 1900s as well as products introduced into the U. S. from manufacturers from around the world.
Trucks come in all sizes, from behemoths that carry food to supermarkets and concrete mixers to construction sites to spiffy open-cargo-space pickups with many of the bells and whistles offered in cars.
Autocar built the first U.S. truck in 1899, followed within a decade by Ford, Mack and Chevrolet, One of the early companies, Rapid, changed its name in 1911 to GMC. Dodge trucks debuted in time to participate in World War I.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA – November 8, 2015 – Visitors to the San Francisco International Auto Show will have the opportunity to step into the future of personal transportation.
The show, which opens Saturday, Nov. 21 and runs through Sunday, Nov. 29, 2015 at the Moscone Convention Center, will feature new alternative fuel, electric and hybrid vehicles plus the latest driver-assist technology from the world’s major manufacturers.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA – October 26, 2015 – In 1958, unable to participate in the local domestic auto show, forward-thinking Bay Area import auto dealers decided to create their own exposition. Given the novelty and interest at the time in foreign made cars, the auto dealers idea proved to be a good one. For nearly two decades the Import Car Show, the precursor to what is now the International Auto Show, flourished and expanded.
As attitudes and the auto industry changed, owing to greater global cooperation in automotive production and the increased competitiveness in the worlds car markets, it was only natural that the Import Car Show broadened its scope to include the products of both the domestic and international manufacturers worldwide. Thus the ever-expanding import show became truly international in 1982 when it moved into its new home at the Moscone Convention Center in downtown San Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA – October 18, 2015 – Looking for family entertainment at an affordable price? The San Francisco Chronicle 58th Annual International Auto Show, November 21-29 at Moscone Convention Center, is the place to be.
The International Auto Show provides entertainment for every member of the family at an affordable price — with tickets just $10 for adults and children 12 and under free when accompanied by an adult.
Thinking about buying a new car? The Auto Show is the perfect place to see and compare the 2016 makes, models and prices from 38 manufacturers, all under one roof.
Interested in the newest automotive technology? The show will feature the largest selection of new electric, hybrid and alternative fuel vehicles plus the latest driver assist technology from the world’s major manufacturers. In addition, PG&E will have a display featuring electric vehicle infrastructure technology.
Northern California’s Premier Auto Show to Feature 2016 Vehicles from the World’s Major Manufacturers
SAN FRANCISCO, CA – October 12, 2015 – The San Francisco Chronicle 58th Annual International Auto Show will offer Bay Area residents their first opportunity to see the new 2016 model vehicles from the world’s major manufacturers, all in one place.
Supported by the California New Car Dealers Association, the International Auto Show will open to the public on Saturday, November 21 and run through the Thanksgiving weekend concluding on Sunday, November 29, 2015 at Moscone Convention Center.