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"A New York Institution"

In 1900, the New York International Automobile Show became North America's first automotive exhibition. Today, the event boasts record numbers of new vehicle announcements, incredible attendance, and massive media attention. Feeding off New York City’s energy, the Show is one of the most important automotive events in the world.

10-Day Auto Consumer Extravaganza

As show time approaches, the buzz can be felt all over metro New York with television, newspaper and radio editorial coverage and advertising reaching fever pitch. And with nearly 1,000 vehicles on display and packed full of fun activities to excite and interest the whole family, it’s no wonder.

With hundreds of booths showcasing the world’s finest cars and trucks, the Show proudly offers consumers a look at the latest automotive technology, concept cars, exotic cars and debut vehicles, all under one roof.

A Global Business Event

In addition to being one of the world’s greatest public shows, the NYIAS has become a world-class trade event. The ten-day show hosts scores of individual programs, conferences, industry forums, symposiums, award ceremonies, roundtables, and social gatherings.

In addition to the vehicles that debut before the automotive media at the Javits Center, the Show also creates an unprecedented number of media events around the City. As a result, the Show's total economic impact to the City and State reached a dollar amount in the hundreds of millions.