(Toledo, OH) The latest in self-driving vehicle technology will take center stage at the Toledo Auto Show.
More than two-dozen automakers will have their newest and best vehicles on display at the Seagate Centre today through Sunday, including some that are able to keep drivers in their lanes and away from other vehicles' back bumpers.
Northwest Ohioans can see, touch, and test-drive many of the new models that hit showroom floors this year, including the new Toledo-made Jeep Wrangler model. The most horse-power driven muscle car ever-- the 2019 Ford Mustang Bullit to be built in Flat Rock-- also will be on display.
Toyota and Fiat-Chrysler will feature ride-and-drive displays, and potential car-buyers also can check out what's being billed as "Electric Avenue"-- an electric and hybrid vehicle display. There are also family-friendly features, such as an inflatable slid and a monster truck bounce house.
More details are online at toledoautoshow.org.