MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Hundreds of new cars, trucks and sport utility vehicles wheel into the Minneapolis Convention Center on Friday in advance of the 38th annual Twin Cities Auto Show.
The show begins Saturday, March 12, and runs through Sunday, March 20.
An estimated 500 new models representing 29 makes will be on display. The show features an estimated $15 million in new vehicles and exhibits.
The show is sponsored by the Greater Metropolitan Automobile Dealers Association of Minnesota, representing more than 120 new car and truck franchised dealers in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area.
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