The 2023 Washington, D.C. Auto Show will return to the Walter E. Washington Convention Center Jan. 20-29 with top manufacturers as they showcase their latest models and advancements in motor technology, as well as a collection of classic and exotic cars, live car painting, and multiple interactive experiences, event organizers announced.
Educating attendees on what the future of mobility looks like, this year’s amped up EV Pavilion will feature ride and drives, test tracks, and demonstrations. Next door to the EV Pavilion and surrounding its own exhibit space will be the Hyundai Test Track.
Additionally, the EVsmart Outdoor Ride ‘N Drive will provides guest the chance to drive on the streets of D.C. behind the wheel of a hybrid or fully electric vehicle.
Toyota will have its own fully exclusive Outdoor Ride & Drive where guests can enjoy a drive with a Toyota professional. The ride provides hands-on experience with several of Toyota’s top models and personal insights on the vehicle’s key features directly from Toyota representatives. For those looking to dive deeper into the performance features of the 2023 Tundra, the Get Outdoors exhibit space will feature the first-ever Tundra Pull. Showing off its premium towing capabilities, the Tundra will be hitched up to a trailer to demonstrate its Trailer Garage, Straight Path Assist, and Guidance Mode, Toyota said.