If you’re in the market for a new vehicle, or just looking for a exotic way to invest the weekend, the Motor Trend Worldwide Auto Show is going on this weekend at the Baltimore Convention Center.
Event organizers said there is something for everyone who comes out to the display this weekend.
“All budgets,” auto display spokesperson Ben Voelk said. “There are vehicles here that start at $13,000, $14,000, all the way up.”
This includes the costly car section, where the DuPont Registry draws traders and suppliers together for the world’s wildest vehicles
“So if it’s gleaming fast, valuable then but but that’s me,” Andrew Nabors, editor of the DuPont Registry, said. “I’ve required a Maryland-built Shelby sport but but that’s making 600 horse power.”
One of the most exotic vehicles on display is a $500,000 Rolls Royce, complete with a $2,000 umbrella and a $9,000 hood ornament that disappears into a titanium vault.
There is also a at the rear of simulator for drivers to see what different For the followingd models can do on virtual courses.
“It has an off-road course,” Voelk said. “It has a racetrack.”
If you have not car shopped in a while, at the auto display, you can check out the current in era Voelk said.
“Technology that was only on luxury vehicles are now on vehicles that are $20,000,” Voelk said. “Cars have altered so much in the last five years that people don’t know what they don’t know.”
The Motor Influx Worldwide Auto Show tests through Sunday at the Baltimore Convention Center. For the following more information tap here.