Long considered one of the signature events in the automotive world, the New York International Auto Show returns after 2 years.
With a host of innovations and fresh new experiences, the 2022 New York Auto Show will open its doors to the public — after COVID-19 forced all large indoor events to be suspended for the past two years — to kick-start the springtime automotive selling season.
Bigger than ever and more interactive than before, the show will take place at the fully-expanded Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in Manhattan, New York.
The New York Auto Show will include innovative new displays from dozens of car companies including hundreds of new 2022 and 2023 models. Also for 2022, the Show has lined up a host of new engagements for the public including a dedicated multi-brand Electric Vehicle Test Track, an all-new Automotive Aftermarket Experience and for the first time a personal Micro Mobility Expo to showcase the latest in electric ‘last mile’ transportation, highlighting innovations in supply chain technology.
Mark Schienberg, the New York Auto Show president, spoke on the return, expressing simply, “We’re back!” He continued, “In the past two years there’s been so much change with new and exciting products, technology and advancements and we can’t wait to showcase the very best that the industry has to offer to potential car buyers throughout our area.”
A lot has happened in the past two years, with the role of the dealer shifting dramatically, along with an absolute flood of electric technology into the marketplace. Consumers have a lot to look forward to.
Tickets start at $17 for a one-day attendance to the entire floor, but you can get early access for additional cost. Early Access Tickets are valid either Friday or Saturday morning starting at 9am, or any other day after 10am. Shop tickets and learn more about the show here.