Philadelphia Auto Show
The report says labor costs at this year’s Philadelphia Auto Show were down 20 percent.
Not only was the show the second-most attended in the 114 years it’s been taking place, but the final weekend was the best weekend in the show’s history.
Pedestrian traffic is bumper to bumper for Philadelphia’s Auto Show. All those attendees translate into big bucks at area dealerships.
From classics to sports cars to vehicles of the future, there’s something for everyone.
One of the cars on display at the Philadelphia Auto Show is built by local school students — and it runs on used fryer oil from Federal Donuts.
One of Philadelphia’s longest running events returns this weekend, and Mayor Nutter joined organizers for a preview.
The Philadelphia Auto Show returns to the Pennsylvania Convention Center for its 114th event from Jan. 31 to Feb. 8.
The Philadelphia International Auto Show, one of the best auto shows in the country, rolls into town from January 31st through February 8th, bringing with it more than 700 of the latest and greatest models […]
This year’s just-ended Philadelphia Auto Show was a record-setter despite suffering through some very difficult winter weather.
Getting to the Pennsylvania Convention Center might be the hardest part, especially if your visit is to research a replacement for a ride that’s worse for wear.
The Philadelphia Auto Show opens Saturday at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, allowing you to feast your eyes on concept, classic, luxury, and exotic cars.
For carmakers, it’s a tough balance, making a connected car that still keeps those inside (and out) safe.
It’s a tradition as old as the Mummers.
The Philadelphia Auto Show, one of the best car shows in the country, rolls into town this January.