There is a wide array of brand new and soon-to-arrive vehicles available for viewing, as well as some offering test drives, at the 2014 Auto Show Philadelphia, running Feb 8-16, at the city’s massive state-of-the-art downtown convention center.
While there are many people attending who are intent to find their next auto acquisition, others show up simply to see exotics up-close-and-personal, such as Rolls Royce, Bentley, Lamborghini, Maserati, Aston Martin, or truly fine classics, like a 1914 Ford Model T Runabout or a 1931 Studebaker Roadster.
Aside from virtually every motor vehicle manufacturer attending the show to display their beautiful shiny offerings, several of them provide various forms of entertainment, in the form of a test ride or the like. One example is “CampJeep,” where visitors are able to ride a bumpy obstacle course, courtesy of log and steel beams, in a Grand Cherokee, Wrangler Rubicon or Unlimited.
The show offers literally everything available, from absolute luxury to super-smart economy, from sporty to big hog trucks and muscle cars, in a friendly no-sales-pressure atmosphere.
The eye candy displayed 2014 Auto Show Philadelphia is truly spectacular and well worth the modest entry fee, a portion of which is donated to the Auto Dealers CARing for Kids Foundation. Parking costs, however, are another financial matter, but utilizing SEPTA is a good alternative. Complete information is available at Philly Auto Show.
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