General admission (13 years and over) is $15, while children, students and seniors (65 years and over) get reductions. Visit the MIAS website for all the details and to buy your tickets online.
Among the show’s special attractions is the Auto123.com Interactive Zone, where you can experience racing simulators for free, enter various contests and draws and share your opinions with Auto123.com writers.
Several interesting exhibits are also presented by Auto Hebdo, including Microcars, Quebec Creations and 1930’s Classic Cars.
Furthermore, the popular Test Drives are back for a second straight year! So, if you have yet to sit behind the wheel of an alternative-energy vehicle, now is your chance to see what they’re all about.
And once again, the environment has not been overlooked by MIAS organizers. The On Route to the Future section will host the North American premiere of the BlueCar, an electric car designed by Pininfarina-Bolloré.
photo:Philippe Champoux, Matthieu Lambert