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2018 Chicago Auto Show: What To Expect

motor1 Logo By Jeff Perez of motor1 | Slide 1 of 8: <p>In just a few days, doors will open to the <a href="https://www.motor1.com/auto-show/chicago-auto-show/">2018 Chicago Auto Show</a>. While it may not be the largest show on the circuit, relative to Detroit, L.A., and New York, McCormick Place remains the go-to destination for some coolest new trucks and SUVs on the planet. But this year expect to see even more variety.</p><p>Limited edition sports cars, European luxury sedans, and even hybrids have all been confirmed for a spot at the 2018 Chicago show. Media will gain access to the show floor on Thursday, February 8 – so that's when you should expect most of the vehicles to debut – while consumers will be able to head to the show on February 10. Here’s everything you need to know about the show ahead of opening.</p>More from the Chicago Auto Show:<a href="https://www.motor1.com/news/229522/ford-edge-titanium-elite-chicago/">Ford Edge Titanium Elite Package Debuting In Chicago</a><br><a href="https://www.motor1.com/news/229643/2019-toyota-trd-pro-chicago/">Toyota Teases 2019 TRD Pro 4x4s For Chicago Debut</a><br><a href="https://www.motor1.com/news/229357/nissan-370zki-bonkers-snowmobile/">Nissan 370Zki Is The Bonkers Two-Seat Snowmobile Of Your Dreams</a><br><a href="https://www.motor1.com/news/229399/nissan-armada-snow-patrol-suv/">The Nissan Armada Snow Patrol Is Ready To Haul Your Winter Toys</a>

Chicago Auto Show

In just a few days, doors will open to the 2018 Chicago Auto Show. While it may not be the largest show on the circuit, relative to Detroit, L.A., and New York, McCormick Place remains the go-to destination for some coolest new trucks and SUVs on the planet. But this year expect to see even more variety.

Limited edition sports cars, European luxury sedans, and even hybrids have all been confirmed for a spot at the 2018 Chicago show. Media will gain access to the show floor on Thursday, February 8 – so that's when you should expect most of the vehicles to debut – while consumers will be able to head to the show on February 10. Here’s everything you need to know about the show ahead of opening.

More from the Chicago Auto Show:Ford Edge Titanium Elite Package Debuting In Chicago
Toyota Teases 2019 TRD Pro 4x4s For Chicago Debut
Nissan 370Zki Is The Bonkers Two-Seat Snowmobile Of Your Dreams
The Nissan Armada Snow Patrol Is Ready To Haul Your Winter Toys
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