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The Philadelphia Auto Show opened on February 8 and will be held until Sunday, February 16 at the Convention Center on 11th and Arch St.

The show features many cars represented by almost all manufacturers. The event features the opportunity to sit in and look under most cars, excluding "concept and exotic vehicles."

This year, the show offers the opportunity to "test-drive" some vehicles on indoor tracks. Subaru, Jeep, Cadillac, Toyota, Kia, Chevy, Buick, and GMC will all be offering a short indoor course, but the dates and times differ by day. The full schedule can be viewed here.

Like previous years, the show will feature a vast collection of vehicles, from commercial-use Mercedes vans to a 1910 Cadillac Model 30 AAA Racer. While we're only a few weeks into 2014, some companies have included vehicles from their 2015 line.

"The auto industry has a lot of love to give, and the Auto Show is going to give one big hug to all the attendees throughout the nine-day span," said Kevin Mazzucola, Executive Director Of The Philadelphia Auto Show. "You'll see things that you may never see in person. You see them on TV or in magazines, but here you see them tangibly."

 

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