The Tesla booth is drawing a lot of attention at the 2023 Canadian International AutoShow. The company presented Models S, 3, X, and Y, which captivated the audience.
The Canadian International AutoShow is back again. The public can visit it from February 17 - 23, 2023 in Toronto. It will be held at the Metro Toronto Convention Center (MTCC) in both the North and South Buildings, located in the heart of downtown Toronto. The exhibit runs from 10:30 am - 10:00 pm and ticket prices range from CA $7.50 to CA $26. There are also promotional tickets and family tickets that include discounts.
The Canadian International AutoShow once again features concept cars, an electric vehicle test track, a life-size LEGO Lamborghini and more. Tesla also has a booth here and is showcasing the entire lineup of vehicles currently in production: Model Y, Model 3, Model X, and Model Y. At the AutoShow, the cars were presented in various colors. According to a video and description posted by @TeslaHype/Twitter, the company's booth attracted a lot of attention from the public. The video was filmed by his friend, Jake.
Jake was walking by and saw a group of excited people applauding. As he got closer, he understood why people were so enthusiastic: there were Tesla cars there. Model X performed its signature dance, opening and closing its falcon wings, which captivated the visitors who crowded around it. There were people in other cars who showed a desire to sit in them and appreciate the interior and comfort.
“I was walking by and saw a group of people clapping, then I realized why - it's a Tesla! It was very cool to see the cars up close in person,” Jake said.
Tesla presence today at the Canadian International AutoShow.— Tesla Hype (@TeslaHype) February 18, 2023
Didn't take long for a crowd to form around the Tesla exhibit! pic.twitter.com/T3qil4K00h
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