Chicago 2016 motor show
2016 Chicago Auto Show
North America's longest-running auto show back for another year
2 December 2015
The Chicago show is done and dusted for another year, with SUVs taking centre
stage in the Windy City.
Kia finally revealed its much-awaited Niro SUV, proving to be much larger than
initially thought. Instead of being a baby crossover as first expected, the
Niro could sit above the Sportage in the Korean car-maker's stable.
Chevrolet revealed its Trax compact SUV, that will be coming to Australia
badged as a Holden.
And Toyota showed off its beefy Tacoma TRD Pro pick-up, however the Japanese
car-maker is not in any hurry to bring it to Australian showrooms.
Next on the motorshow calendar is Geneva, one of the biggest and most exciting
auto shows of the year. For all the news leading up to and during the Geneva
show, keep an eye on GoAuto.com.au.
The Chicago show is now just around the corner, and while it is no longer the
event for huge reveals and debuts, there will still be some exciting new metal
Kia will take the covers off its much-anticipated Niro hybrid SUV in Chicago,
and while details are scarce, it could sit below the Sportage in the small SUV
segment, to compete with volume sellers like the Mazda CX-3 and Honda HR-V.
For all the news from the Chicago show, stay tuned to GoAuto.com.au.
The longest-running auto show in North America kicks off for another year in
February, with the 108th edition of the Chicago Auto Show.
First held in 1901, the Chicago show will showcase nearly 1000 different cars,
from a large variety of North American and international car-makers.
For all the reveals and previews ahead of the Chicago show, keep it locked on
Crowd pleaser: The Chicago Auto Show is sure to attract a lot of punters.
Cars at the show: