2024 Model Year Auto Show Updates

2024 Model Year Auto Show Updates

March 15, 2023

The Central Florida International Auto Show (CFIAS) is working hard creating the ultimate mobility experience at our Auto Show on 2-5 November 2023 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida. Guests, exhibitors, and industry partners please note the following upcoming deadlines related to this year’s event.

Ticket Purchase
Guests can purchase tickets on our site platform or through EventBrite.

Auto Show Exhibitor Booths

Vendors receive the best choice in booth locations when signing up early. Space application and contracts received and fully paid by 1 June are eligible to receive a discounted rate. All contracts must include the required 50% deposit. Click here to email exhibitor services.

Interested in Participating in the Show?

    • Schools, do your students want to share their talents with our guests? Email your proposal to exhibitor services here.
    • Artists, would you like to highlight your talents at our Show? Email your proposal to exhibitor services here.
    • Car Clubs, do you want to display your vehicles at our show? Email your proposal to exhibitor services  here.
    • Have an idea for the show? Email your show organizers here.
    • Want to become a sponsor? Email your show organizers here.

About the Show

Last year’s Auto Show showcased hundreds of electric, hybrid, and gas powered vehicles, new and old cars, robotics, sustainability, EV charging, and augmented reality experiences. The electric city bus was on display as was Beep the autonomous shuttle. This year the show gets bigger! Come and see us November 2-5, 2023 to see what all the excitement is about!

Show Location

Orange County Convention Center- North Concourse
9400 International Drive
Orlando, FL 32819

Show Hours

    • Thursday 3:00 pm – 9:00 pm
    • Friday 12:00 pm – 9:00 pm
    • Saturday 10:00 am – 9:00 pm
    • Sunday 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Why go to the auto show?

Why go to the auto show?

The auto show used to be the place for live reveals and for mobility education. The events were the primary means to showcase the latest technology in cars and to teach consumers how the technology benefited them.  Guests were impressed by the cars on carpets, cars on spinning stages, and cars on rising platforms surrounded by smoke, lights, and music.

Today, auto shows still serve that same purpose. They still give us an intimate view of the latest technology on four wheels. We get to learn about the technology within the cars. And we can still sit inside our dream car and take it for a test drive.

Today’s auto reveals happen around the world via digital channels using augmented and virtual reality technology with virtual test drives. I took an augmented reality ride-along recently on a Porsche. We “drove” through winding streets at fast speeds. I must admit, I got a little motion sickness as a “passenger” in the car. While the feeling of a test drive was there, the actual experience fell short. I did not get to handle the steering wheel, press the acceleration, push the break, or see how my family and friends fit in the car. I did not get the new car smell or feel the seat I was on. The illusion was just that.

Don’t get me wrong. I love technology for all it does to make our lives safer and better. I love the virtual reveals and the ads showing the vehicles and their prowess. However, nothing can replace experiencing the actual cars as I do at the auto show. I can hear the roaring engine of the gas vehicle or drive with the purr of an electric motor. Each ride is distinctive. Each car is exceptional. Each experience is unique, and so is the auto show.

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