By Marissa Parra

CHICAGO (CBS)– The Chicago Auto Show is back at McCormick Place.

Doors opened at 9 a.m.

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The self proclaimed nation’s largest auto show will make its return to McCormick Place after more than a year of hundreds of canceled events, with a roughly $3 billion loss. They have been able to bring back over 1,000 workers.

This year’s auto show won’t just be on the floor, it’ll be outside with test drives and new attractions. Indiana Avenue will be filled with food trucks and music this year.

The Camp Jeep track returns for its 17th year and gives guests the chance to try an “off-road roller coaster.” You can also see the new 2022 Jeep Compass.

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You can test drive a car from behind the wheel outside, or remain the passenger for a test drive inside.

You can also check out the RAM 2500 Power Wagon among many other vehicles.

Vaccinated guests do not need to wear masks.

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Tickets are on sale now through the Chicago Auto Show app.