After a rescheduling and pandemic delays, the 2021 Miami Auto Show kicked off this weekend at the Miami Beach Convention Center.
Among the reveals this year: the U.S. debut of the 2023 Nissan Z sports car and the Florida debut of the Toyota 2022 Corolla Cross SUV. Lamborghini, McLaren, Mercedes, Mustang, Ford, and Corvette brands are also on display.
“We’re enthusiastic that auto manufacturers are making major announcements during our show,” Rick Baker, president of the South Florida Automobile Dealers Association, the show’s longtime official sponsor, said in a statement. “South Florida is the perfect venue for them to share their positive news.”
Popular exhibits such as Camp Jeep and Car Boutique are returning, and ride-and-drives are being held just outside the entrance to the show.
The 2020 Miami show was originally moved to 2021 to accommodate a change in national auto-show lineups; it was subsequently delayed by the coronavirus pandemic
The show runs through Sunday, Oct. 24. Visit MiamiAutoShows.com for more information.