The Michigan International Auto Show heads to DeVos Place this weekend

Whether you’re looking to buy a new car or just a gearhead who likes to learn about the latest technology, all things vehicle-related will be inside DeVos Place at the Michigan International Auto Show.

New vehicles from over 20 manufacturers will be on display across trucks, SUVs, crossovers, electrics, hybrids and performance vehicles. Spectators can sit inside these vehicles to see how they feel and learn about the latest trends in technology, “safety” equipment, eco-friendly options and other features.

Highlights from the show this year include:

  • Gentex unveiling its 2021 Chevrolet Silverado Trail Box (2LT) paired with a companion 2021 Vorsheer OXC (Extreme Overland Camper),
  • Motorsport label will unveil Project Vouno, an all-carbon fiber widebody C8 fender replacement and 29-piece forged carbon fiber aero program. They will also show the Competition BMW X3M 2021, Ferrari 812 Superfast 2020, Porsche 991.2 Turbo 2017 and Audi R8 2014.
  • Grand Rapids Cars and Cafe will display 3 Ford GTs sure to draw crowds to the Grand Gallery to see a 1965 Ford GT40, a 2006 Ford Heritage Edition and a 2018 Ford GT in “Epic Orange” (an accidental color that turned out to be a unique one-off of its kind). a nice feature.)
  • Gilmore Car Museum Vehicles
  • The opportunity to drive in one of these classic cars, on a closed indoor course: Columbia Electric Runabout from 1903 or a Ford Model T Sedan from 1927.
  • Ride-n-Drive for Kids: This year, we’re putting kids in the driver’s seat! With Ferrari, Aston Martin, BMW, Land Rover and Mustang on a closed indoor driving course in Hall C.
  • Padnos crashed car: Stop in front of Hall A and try to guess the year, make and model of this pile of metal… which was once a car, before being compacted by Padnos!

There is so much more to see and do at the auto show! The Michigan International Auto Show will take place February 3-6.

Tickets are $12. Learn more and view the full schedule of events by visiting or calling 616-447-2860.

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