Hot rides, cool concepts on display at the 2020 Chicago Auto Show: photos

Scenes from the annual Chicago Auto Show held Saturday at McCormick Place with new concept vehicles, interactive displays and an indoor driving course.

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The show floor at the 2020 Chicago Auto Show Saturday at McCormick Place.

The show floor with Jeeps on display at the 2020 Chicago Auto Show Saturday at McCormick Place.

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The hottest new cars and the coolest concepts in motor vehicles are on display this weekend at the 2020 Chicago Auto Show.

On Saturday, attendees got to see future models, concept cars and experience interactive displays and courses, including an indoor track for test driving Jeeps and a virtual reality demonstration from Chevrolet.

The auto show, held at McCormick Place, 2301 S. King Drive, continues through Feb. 17. Tickets are $13 for adults, $8 for seniors and kids from ages 7-12. Kids under 6 years old get in free.

The Chicago Auto Show has been held since 1901 and is the largest auto show in North America, according to its website. The show occupies more than 1 million square feet of exhibit halls.

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