Believe it or not, the Chicago Auto Show is the nation’s largest auto show and this year will have almost one million square feet of exhibits to check out.
Although it is physically huge, this Windy City show doesn’t have too many blockbuster debuts scheduled. The Chicago Auto Show usually focuses on trucks and crossovers, but we’re expecting a few other reveals as well – but mostly new trims or special edition models. Nissan will have a couple snow-inspired concept cars based on an Armada and a 370Z, Lexus will have some special editions models to debut, Toyota is bringing some new TRD off-road models, the stylish Volkswagen Arteon will make its first North American appearance, and Subaru has some 50th anniversary models coming out.
The show runs from February 10 to 19 this year, but the media preview days are February 8 and 9, when all the reveals will occur. Here is where you will find all the news about the new car and concept debuts as this year’s 2018 Chicago Auto Show.