More than 450 new cars priced from $15,000 to $250,000 are on display at the Kansas City Auto Show taking place every March at Bartle Hall or Kansas City Convention Center. Car enthusiasts can also see unique classic cars like Corvettes from the '50s and '60s, enjoy live music, snacks from food trucks as well as beer and wine garage.
For over 100 years Kansas City Auto Show has been showcasing the latest automobile technology. Visitors can see recently designed cars that aren't offered for sale yet from such brands as Audi, Jeep, Ford, Honda, and Mercedes. Bartle Hall in downtown gets filled with shunning cars. Some of them are manufactured in Kansas City, like Cadillac XT4.
The Kansas City Auto Show was held for the first time in 1907, with about 400 cars on display. It is now showcasing 31 brands available in the Kansas City area. The show that runs for four days also features art displays, a giant robot and Kids Corner with many games and activities.