Chicago Auto Show
Did you know Chicago hosts the nation’s largest and longest running auto show?
The Chicago Auto Show opens to the public on Friday, and WBBM Newsradio’s Mike Krauser walked through the show during the preview.
As the Chicago Auto Show begins rolling into town, there are signs that an industry on a bumpy road might finally be turning a corner.
The 103rd Chicago Auto Show is heading into its second, and final, weekend.
Three Orland Park men chargee with vandalizing Toyotas at the Chicago Auto Show allegedly told police they were angry about jobs going overseas.
Attendance is up, and so is the mood at this year’s Chicago Auto Show.
If you have held off on buying a new car because of the price, you have had plenty of company. But incentives are beginning to reappear.
When you think of a minivan, you think of soccer practice, car pools and whiny family trips — not the racetrack. Dodge is looking to change that.
Gas prices have marched upward steadily for the past two months, and a number of the auto executives attending the Chicago Auto Show say it is affecting what people want to see at the show and in the showroom.
The CTA will operate special shuttle buses for people attending the 2011 Chicago Auto Show, and will provide service during all show hours on three regular bus routes.
The Chicago Auto Show officially opens Friday morning at McCormick Place.
Chevrolet is winning awards for its electric plug-in car, the Volt, but it’s signaling at the Chicago Auto Show that it is not abandoning the muscle-car crowd.
The 2011 Chicago Auto Show gets underway Friday, with an assortment of trendy new vehicles.
Now that the U.S. Department of Transportation has absolved Toyota of any problems with the electronic throttle control in its cars, the automaker is undertaking image repair.
As Chicago flutters with the highest gas prices in the nation, it is no wonder Hybrids will be the buzz at this year’s Chicago Auto Show.