Around 1,000 vehicles displayed in Chicago
The 2020 Chicago Auto Show kicked off last Saturday and will continue to be open to the public through President’s day. The automotive show is the largest in the nation with around 1,000 cars, trucks and suv’s on display for the public to view. An estimated one million people are going to visit the McCormick Place for a sneak peek at the year’s newest and best vehicles. One of the biggest trends at this year’s show is increased hybrids and fully electric cars.
Jeep unveiled one of its most anticipated vehicles for the year 2020 at the Chicago Auto Show. The new Gladiator Mojave is the company’s new vehicle that is fully desert-rated and able to drive on hard pack and sand with ease. The biggest change to this year’s model is the internal bypass shock absorbers that can withstand more airtime and smaller bumps taken at a higher rate of speed that often comes along with driving on sand.
Chicago Auto Show 2020: Nearly 1,000 vehicles on display
North America’s largest auto show is showcasing nearly 1,000 vehicles in Chicago Saturday.
The doors opened to the public on Saturday, and crowds of people were eager to get a glimpse of the latest and greatest. As many as one million people are expected to descend upon McCormick Place and soak up the thrill of sampling new cars and the visions of freedom they represent. See more
Summary: The 2020 Chicago Auto Show kicked off last Saturday and will continue to be open to the public through President’s day. The automotive show is the largest in the nation with around 1,000 cars, trucks and suv’s on display.
New desert-focused Jeep unveiled in Chicago
For the first time in its history, Jeep has unveiled a baja-ready, desert-specific, high-speed sand runner. The Jeep Gladiator Mojave, sure to be followed by a Wrangler model as well, was unveiled at the Chicago Auto Show with a newly-minted “Desert Rated” badge where the “Trail Rated” emblem would usually be. Learn more
When we weren’t unveiling the first ever Desert Rated truck, we were taking 4×4 luxury to new heights with the Wrangler and Gladiator High Altitude. The first few days of the @ChiAutoShow have had no shortage of excitement. #CAS2020 pic.twitter.com/xzcR8c1jiM
— Jeep (@Jeep) February 11, 2020