At every Auto Show I attend, Toyota is always on the cutting edge of technology and this year in Cleveland – it’s no different. The show doesn’t have the concept cars we’re use to seeing at other larger shows, but it does allow you to get in and experience the technology. From using Oculus Rift to ride in a new vehicle, interactive displays and their latest car offerings Toyota makes their display fun, interactive and their vehicles approachable for everyone.
While visiting the Toyota booth be sure to stop by and check out the all new Toyota Camry – the car we all know and love. Now with a more streamlined body style, a panoramic moon roof, and fully loaded with the latest technology. There are vehicles with tone on tone paint jobs, and even a new matte paint that is car wash safe! Be sure to take a look at the new Avalon, unveiled in Detroit, this car is going to be their newest flagship vehicle and will quickly steal your heart. There’s a lot to do while in the Toyota booth, and it’s at the base of the Ferris wheel so it’s easy to find, but here are some of our favorite things that you and your family will love to experience!
Experience VR and Ride Along While a Crash Test Dummy Does the Driving!
Have you ever had a Dummy drive you around town? Grab a seat next to a crash test dummy and let him be your chauffeur! He’ll talk you through the different features of the all new vehicle, and take you on a virtual drive through the city. All while you’re wearing an Oculus Rift headset and seeing everything in front of you. The ride will be one you wont forget!
Stop by the C-HR Beat Box and Make Your Own Music
I was drawn to the new C-HR because of it’s beautiful gasoline paint job that changes as you walk up to it – but he sure to look for the beat box on top of the car. Not only is there a large one on top of the vehicle, but the new C-HR is fully equipped to Rock the City! Throughout the C-HR are icons of different instruments, slip in and start hitting the different icons to make your own song. We’re not quite master musicians yet – but had a great time trying it out.
Get Your own Cleveland Auto Show Post Card:
We all want to remember our time at the Cleveland Auto Show and Toyota makes it possible with a fun interactive post card wall. Choose your favorite vehicle after you tour the booth, a color and pose away. Why not throw a little air guitar into the mix? You’ll get your post card almost instantly in your email to share your experience as well!
Learn More about the brand new 2019 Avalon:
The new Avalon is simply a beautiful car. Streamlined, full of luxurious features and just simply – amazing to look at. A new model for the industry, the Avalon is elegance at an affordable price and one that you’re going to love. Coming to the market in 2019 you can can get a glimpse at the newest vehicle and all of it’s glory at the show!
Get Your Own US Olympics Pictures Taken – Be Part of the Team!
We’re proud of our Olympic Team no matter what the results are – and Toyota is too. To celebrate Team USA Toyota has a fun green screen photobooth where you can become part of the US Hockey Team or Snow boarding! Hop in front and get your own photo. Keep in mind some colors like green may not show up on the screen (clothing or hair wise!) but Smile and become part of the moment in history!
Visit the Cleveland AutoShow February 23 – March 4 2018
- 5PM to 10PM[Opening Friday]
- 11AM to 9PM[Mon – Thu]
- 11AM to 10PM[Fri – Sat]
- 11AM to 8PM[Sun]
The Cleveland Auto Show runs from February 23rd through March 4th. Tickets are $13 for adults, $11 for seniors and kids 7 -13; children under 6 are free. Heroes Day, which honors military and first responders with free admission, is March 1st, and Family Day, which offers free admission to kids under 15, is February 26th.
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