South Floridians can take a look at the newest automobiles, trucks, SUVs and crossovers at this year’s 44th Miami International Auto Show taking place Friday through Nov. 16 at the Miami Beach Convention Center.
Popular show attractions such as Camp Jeep, Havana Classics, Topless in Miami and Memory Lane will return as a treat for visitors, plus this year the auto show hosts its first Cars Meet Art exhibit, a unique attraction inspired by urban graffiti art from Miami’s Wynwood District. World famous street artists have painted a variety of cars and matching murals that will be displayed throughout the show. Many of the artists will make appearances signing autographs and answering questions about their work. Cars Meet Art will also feature Ally Auto Alley, which will provide show attendees the chance to show off their own designs by painting on a virtual car and share their work on social media.
The official Show Car is the 2015 Ford Mustang GT, the iconic American Pony Car that celebrates its 50th anniversary and the annual Giveaway Car is a new Chevrolet Camaro LT.
Attendees will be able to test drive selected models of Buick, Chevrolet, GMC, Cadillac, Volkswagen, Kia, Scion, Nissan, and Toyota at the Ride & Drive opportunities on weekend hours and Veterans’ Day.
The Miami Auto Show has something for everyone, from mini vans to exotic brands like Pagani, priced at $1 million, Ferraris, Lamborghinis, and Aston Martins to small economy cars on display.