Happening Now: 60th Annual San Francisco International Auto Show

Car lovers unite for the second largest auto show in the western United States. San Francisco Chronicle‘s 60th Annual International Auto Show is happening now through Sunday, November 26th. Top car manufacturers have gathered in the Bay Area for what is sure to be the most exciting display of auto innovation yet.

Test drive cars from Jaguar, Toyota, Mazda, Fiat, Mercedes Benz, and others. Learn from PG&E about the latest and greatest from the Electric Vehicle industry. Visit the San Francisco Auto Salon to see tons of custom cars from all over Northern California, from street cars to dream cars. Join Academy of Art University as they showcase classic cars as a nod to the designs of the past. Stand in awe of luxury automakers Aston Martin’s display of at least ten of its most glamorous models, from past to present.

This spectacular presentation of the world’s major auto manufacturers boasts 60 years of success. The Auto Show began as The Import Car Show in 1958 and became the International Auto Show almost two decades later. Since 1982, the Moscone Convention Center has been hosting the show, whose generous 1.2 million square feet of trade show floor allow for the most impressive displays. San Francisco’s International Auto Show is growing as automakers continue to produce cutting-edge technology and style.

All of this is offered at a great value for just $10.00, and kids under 12 are free. Purchase tickets online here or at the door (cash only). They’re even open on Thanksgiving Day, so include the auto show in your family’s festivities after Thanksgiving dinner.

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