Sunday was crowded, but good show. And they had fun music going at the Art of Motion/Exotics section, which was on the downstairs main area this time and not in a separate room. I liked the combined arrangement. The big German players, such as Merc, Porsche, BMW, Audi were not represented.
Lots of showcased EVs, as to be expected. And lots of prototypes/pre-production models that you could actually sit in.
The following are just some of what was there. For all shots, I simply used my cell phone (I didn't feel like dealing with carrying the dSLR this time, especially with getting in and out of cars).
NASCAR that you could sit in:
Toyota GR86 (as no more Scion FR-S):
BRZ engine in it:
Speaking of joint projects:
This GR Corolla looked pretty good. Four doors, yet available only with a manual tranny. You'll pay much more for it, though, than for a regular Corolla:
Not Ken Block's car, but I think they had it there at least in part as a tribute to Ken Block:
The new Nissan Z. Long line to sit inside. I didn't do it. I'm not sure what to think of this new Z yet:
Alfra Romeo. I had trouble figuring out the difference between the Estrema and Stelvio, thinking the Estrema was a new model:
But it's the Stelvio Estrema:
An F150 with a frunk! It's the Lightning. Electric:
Speaking of frunks, the Mach E's is interesting:
I didn't know it until seeing it up close, but the Mach E's frunk is water proof and you can fill it with ice and there's a drain to dump out the water. There are also spots for a couple of drinks. I just didn't know that the Mach E's frunk was like this: