Auto Show Rolls into Fort Worth

Thursday, Mar 11, 2010  |  Updated 10:15 AM CDT
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Fresh of the heels of the 2010 Dallas Auto Show is the 54th Annual Greater Tarrant County Auto Show.

North Texas residents will be able to visit one of the area's largest "Showrooms" to see all that is new to see in automotive styling and technology as the annual Greater Tarrant County Auto Show gets under way at the Fort Worth Convention Center, hosted by the New Car Dealers Association of Greater Tarrant County (NCDA).

The show will offer visitors the opportunity to leisurely inspect more than 300 vehicles from 25 manufacturers in incredible detail, including everything from sporty convertibles and high-performance sports cars to hybrid and luxury sedans, popular crossovers to hard-working trucks.

Hundreds of new vehicles, will be featured, including a number of "concept" cars giving visitors a look in the automotive future. The world's leading manufacturers will be displaying many completely new models and makes, many of which have never been seen in North Texas.

There is more to see at this year's auto show than just new styling; many manufacturers have started to focus on making vehicles environmentally friendly, and will be displaying hybrid and flex fuel vehicles.

The show kicks off Thursday and runs through Sunday at the Tarrant County Convention Center in downtown Fort Worth.

The show runs from 1 p.m. to 10 p.m. Thursday and Friday, from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Saturday, and from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday. Adult admission is $9, with special discount coupons available at participating dealerships in the five-county area, and appearing daily in the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. Children (ages 6 to 12) admission is $4 and children under six are free.

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