Toronto Auto Show Pictures And Video
The Toronto auto show, or Canadian International Auto show, has been the largest event of its kind across Canada for several years. It is particularly appreciated for the impressive number of the cars from the past, present and future, and for showcasing concept vehicles.
This is an excellent starting point if you are shopping for a new car or truck. Every year, the auto show presents dozens of new or redesigned models.
This is also a great opportunity to get inside the cars, evaluate their comfort level, and to compare models, if you are unsure of what exactly you are looking for.
In 2012, the show featured over 1000 cars, SUVs, sports cars and vans, as well as a number of hybrid and fully electric cars and a few vintage cars.
You can find below video and pictures from the 2012 show, made by Kate Kraverska.
Video from the Canadian International Auto show 2012
Pictures from the Toronto Auto Show 2012
This is one of the huge halls:
All-electric Nissan e-NV200 is a family-oriented minivan:
BMW Vision ConnectedDrive Concept is a two-seat roadster that uses advanced electronic technology. Namely, an embedded system "Car2Car" that allows the vehicle communicate with other vehicles to avoid collision.
This is Subaru XV, representing a new generation of crossover vehicle. It combines the versatility of an SUV with a sleek appearance. The idea behind the design of the vehicle was to be a cross between the traditional compact SUV and a crossover vehicle associated with a more urban lifestyle.
Mitsubishi i-MiEV is a compact 5-door hatchback that seats four occupants. It was designed to be energy efficient, environmentally friendly and fun to drive. It will be the most affordable all-electric vehicle in the Canadian market.
Vintage Triumph TR3:
Another vintage - Triumph Roadster:
Cadillac Urban Luxury Concept is a small, luxury car that seats four passengers. It features leather upholstery and trim and a small 1,0 liter turbocharged engine that comes with a small electric motor. I certainly hope this car will get produced!
All in all, Toronto Auto Show was an enjoyable experience that I can't recommend enough!