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With the auto industry rapidly changing due to new technology like self-driving cars and electric motors, auto shows are beginning to play a significant role. Leaders of the motor world are coming together at these eight auto shows to unveil the latest and greatest advancements in the field of cars.

North America

NAIAS North American International Motor Show, Detroit, Michigan

Thousands of car experts will converge on the Cobo Center from October 4-14, 2018 to view the most advanced technology from over 180 manufacturers at the largest auto show in North America.

Chicago Auto Show, Chicago, Illinois

The Chicago Auto Show attracts more than one million attendees each year. Visitors will pack McCormick Place to check out nearly 1,000 vehicles between February 9-18, 2019.


IAA Cars Frankfurt, Hermesallee, D-30521 Hanover

Between September 20-27, 2018, over 800,000 visitors are expected at the Fairgrounds of Deutsche Messe to view hundreds of new models and the latest innovations in the auto industry.

Paris Global Motor Show, Porte de Versailles, Paris

Over 260 car manufacturers from 18 different countries will unite at the Centre des Expositions in Porte de Versailles, Paris from October 4-14, 2018.

Geneva Motor Show, Le Grand-Saconnex, Switzerland

From March 7-17, 2019, over 700,000 attendees are likely to visit the Palexpo for the Geneva Motor Show to witness nearly 200 auto brands reveal their newest models and technology.


Auto Shanghai, Shanghai, China

Since 1985, the Shanghai Motor Show has been delighting nearly one million visitors at the National Exhibition and Convention Center in Shanghai, with more than 2,000 featured brands displaying their latest technological advances.

Auto China, TianZhu, China

For 23 years, the Auto China show has been the largest auto show of its kind to be held in China. The 2018 show, held from April 25-May 4, hosted over 800,000 visitors who came to see 1,100 of the newest cars in the industry.

Tokyo Motor Show, Tokyo

With more than 700,000 attendees at the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show, the upcoming 2019 event promises to be even more significant and more exciting. The future of the auto industry will be on display by more than 150 manufacturers.