March 9-17, 2019!
Minneapolis Convention Center
The Twin Cities Auto Show is your chance to compare more than 600 vehicles from 35 brands- foreign and domestic- without driving all over town. You will see new models in every category, from compacts and family sedans to the latest in SUVs and luxury cars. You'll see trucks that offer better mileage, greater utility and convenience, and more luxury features than ever. You'll hear about financing options, leasing availability, and how you can obtain your dream vehicle! You will learn about advancements in technology such as in-dash navigation, audio enhancements, communication technology, and more! And of course - instead of just dreaming about it - the Twin Cities Auto Show is where you can go behind the wheel of one of those sleek, shiny new sports cars.
Family fun is always part of the Twin Cities Auto Show and will bring out the kid in all of us. Attractions such as Camp Jeep, The Neighborhood, Crime-Fighting Cars, and more are just a glimpse of the exciting and relaxing opportunities that await you!
For those who want to drive the vehicle of your dreams at the Twin Cities Auto Show, the Ride & Drive exhibit allows you to go behind the wheel and test drive the latest in automotive technology on the Minneapolis streets.
If you are in the market for a new car or truck - or just thinking about it - this is where you'll find your next vehicle. If you are an auto enthusiast, this is the perfect opportunity for you to see in-person the vehicles that you've heard and read about. If you're just looking for a fun and exciting event, this is guaranteed to be a memorable time and perhaps the beginning of your automotive story!
The Twin Cities Auto Show is a production of the Greater Metropolitan Automobile Dealers Association (GMADA). GMADA is an organization consisting of more than 130 new car and truck franchised dealers in the Greater Minneapolis and St. Paul area.
Your 2018 GMADA Chair is Jeff Lupient of Lupient Automotive Group.
Your GMADA President is Scott Lambert.
Your Twin Cities Auto Show Director is Mary Velline.