With the NHL All-Star game in Montreal this weekend, show officials are encouraging those who haven't yet visited to check out the remainder of the event this weekend- offering admission for just $10 to those arriving at the ticket counter in their favorite team jersey.
There are 37 vehicle unveilings to take in, including 2 North American premieres and 34 Canadian premieres. A separate exhibit houses 10 classic convertibles, and there's also an Innovation-Evolution exhibit that celebrates some of the most influential vehicle designs on the road.
The highly publicized Rinspeed Splash is also on hand for inspection. The Splash is a road-going car that can also 'glide' over bodies of water.
Additionally, 10 vehicles are available for test drive right at the show, an attraction hosted in conjunction with auto123.com. This exhibit promises to let showgoers experience first-hand the latest and greatest technologies and products offered by the automotive industry.
The 2009 MIAS closes its doors on Sunday at 8 pm.