The 2015 Canadian International AutoShow rolls into Toronto today, and this year's show is shaping up to be one of the best yet.
Kicking off February 13th through the 22nd at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, the 2015 edition of the AutoShow will feature fan favourite zones like the Auto Exotica exhibit, an Xbox One Gaming Area and the AutoConnect Showcase, where visitors can explore, discover and interact with cutting-edge technologies, new innovations and get glimpse into the future of autos.
We're proud to partner with the 2015 Canadian International AutoShow and can't wait to showcase what's next in the worlds of auto, gaming, design, technology and more. Here's a glimpse of what's to come...
Trend Hunter will be on hand at the 2015 Canadian International AutoShow to interact with fans and showcase the latest trends in everything from high-tech gadgets to futuristic concept cars. Our scrolling displays will highlight the most popular crowdsourced innovations, such as Motorist-Monitoring Autos, an autonomous automobile that learns the habits and behaviors of its usual driver, picking up the subtleties of bodily movement and ocular focus using sensors in the dashboard. Or maybe we'll take a look at the future of urban transportation via the Futuristic Railway Transport Pods recently unveiled by a French design studio.
Not only are we excited to share some of our most popular trends but we're keen to show visitors how the world's of auto and tech are rapidly merging, and what better way to do so than with an Oculus Rift virtual reality headset. Step inside a virtual world to experience an unreal driving demo. Not ready for VR? Then watch us take to the skies by with one of our Parrot MiniDrones.
Come check us out on Level 700 in the South Building on February 13th-16th and 21st for an exciting and interactive AutoShow experience.
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