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Top Car Brands Return to Orlando for Central Florida International Auto Show

ORLANDO, Fla. (FNN NEWS) – The world’s top car brands came to Orlando to show off their top cars for sale at the Central Florida International Auto Show from Friday September 20th to Sunday September 22nd at the Orange County Convention Center.

Acura cars on display during the Central Florida International Auto Show at the Orange County Convention Center. Photo: Leyton Blackwell/Florida National News.

Acura cars on display during the Central Florida International Auto Show at the Orange County Convention Center. Photo: Leyton Blackwell/Florida National News.

 

The auto show wasn’t just a place to come and look at brand new cars, though. The car companies had a variety of activities for guests to test their products, win prizes, and get some special deals. At the Jeep display, guests could visit “Camp Jeep” where they could test drive a Jeep vehicle over many model terrains while never having to leave the convention center.

Guest get to test out a Jeep on multiple terrains at "Camp Jeep" during the Central Florida International Auto Show at the Orange County Convention Center. Photo: Leyton Blackwell/Florida National News.

Guest get to test out a Jeep on multiple terrains at “Camp Jeep” during the Central Florida International Auto Show at the Orange County Convention Center. Photo: Leyton Blackwell/Florida National News.

 

The Toyota display included the “Toyota Live” game show in which guests had to answer questions about Toyota cars and the Toyota company to win prizes.

Toyota hosted a live game show at its booth during the Central Florida International Auto Show at the Orange County Convention Center. Photo: Leyton Blackwell/Florida National News.

Toyota hosted a live game show at its booth during the Central Florida International Auto Show at the Orange County Convention Center. Photo: Leyton Blackwell/Florida National News.

 

Although most guests were there to ogle the new vehicles from all of these top companies, at each display they were invited to sit in the cars and get a feel for them. They were allowed to open all of the vehicle’s compartments and even see the engine. Each company’s display also had an army of salespeople to answer any questions attendees had about the car or help them with purchasing one.

Chevrolet displays the 2020 Blazer during the Central Florida International Auto Show at the Orange County Convention Center. Photo: Leyton Blackwell/Florida National News.

Chevrolet displays the 2020 Blazer during the Central Florida International Auto Show at the Orange County Convention Center. Photo: Leyton Blackwell/Florida National News.

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Leyton Blackwell is a Florida National News contributor. | info@floridanationalnews.com

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