2020 Chicago Auto Show Recap
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If you talk to the pundits, they might tell you that the traditional auto show is a dying bread. However, we're seeing just the opposite. With the North American International Auto Show in Detroit moving from January to June this year we expected the 2020 edition of the Chicago Auto Show to be a big one. And it certainly didn't disappoint. Jeep unveiled the new Mojave Gladiator, along with the High Altitude special edition Gladiator and Wrangler, and the JPP 20 accessorized Wrangler. Nissan showed off the 2020 Frontier and brought a 2007 Frontier with more than a million miles on it. Dodge announced a new appearance package for the Durango SRT and Mercedes unveiled the new Weekender camper van. Toyota owned the show by unveiling the new RAV4 Prime, along with the Nightshade editions of Tacoma, Tundra, and Sequoia, along with the Trail edition of Tacoma, Tundra, and 4Runner. Also at the show was the 2021 Highlander XSE. Volkswagen showed us the new Atlas facelift, Subaru unveiled the new Outback, Ford trotted out a new Liquid Carbon edition of their GT supercar. After an exhausting week we headed back to our headquarters to rest up before the next big show in New York!
Check out the links below to see all the big news from the 2020 Chicago Auto Show!