Vancouver International Auto Show 2017 Returns This March

Vancouver International Auto Show

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The Vancouver International Auto Show returns to the Vancouver Convention Centre from Tuesday, March 28th, 2017 – Sunday, April 2nd.

It marks the most important event for the auto industry in British Columbia and the best attended automotive event in Western Canada.

Equally important, after seeing only a five-day show and over 101,000 attendees in 2016, the show returns to six days for 2017.

Leading global manufacturers will be onsite showcasing the hottest new models and trends.  The latest design and technology innovations will also on display.

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Not to mention, the 2017 Show will also showcase ultimate supercars and exotic vehicles. Brands like Lamborghini, Ferrari, Rolls Royce, McLaren and Porsche are on display in the ballroom area of the spectacular Vancouver Convention Centre West.

As well, guests can check out the Electric Vehicle Experience.

Guests get to test-drive the latest eco-friendly vehicles from top manufacturers. Furthermore, they will also be able to test dozens of world renowned specialty vehicles built right here in BC.

Tickets range from $5 to $40 depending on which day you decide to attend.

Nonetheless, the 97th Vancouver International Auto Show is the place to be for car enthusiasts. The event is presented by the New Car Dealers Association of BC.

Vancouver International Auto Show 2017 

When: Tuesday, March 28th, 2017 – Sunday, April 2nd

Where: Vancouver Convention Centre, 1055 Canada Place, Vancouver

Time: See full schedule online

Tickets: $5 – $40

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Hamed Amiri

Hamed is a Writer and Editor at 604 Now. He is currently attending Simon Fraser University studying Political Science and Communications. He enjoys writing about sports, nightlife, and anything new happening in Vancouver. In his free time Hamed enjoys to play basketball, read, and catch up on his favourite sports teams.