More than 500 cars, trucks, and bikes will be on display at the 15th annual General Motors St. Catharines plant car show in Ontario, Canada on Friday.
But you can bet the most popular vehicle will be the all-new 2014 Corvette Stingray, with one of the seventh-generation cars slated to be on display at the show.
The public is being invited to get up close and personal with the car that is already drawing raves in the automobile industry, despite the fact that not one has been delivered to a paying customer yet.
“Don’t forget your cameras,” a spokesman for the show said.
Besides being able to see a Stingray up close, the show also offers another fun feature, a chance for owners to run their cars on the Chassis Dyno to get some figures on the output of their engines. “Back your machine onto the dyno and I’ll tell you exactly how many horses it’s pumping out,” says Mike, the dyno operator.
General Motors sponsors the all-GM-powered show on about 20 acres of field from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and will be making donations to three community charities – Habitat for Humanity, Autism Ontario, and Children’s Hospital.
The all-new “Back to the Future – Corvette Stingray” T-shirts will be on sale Friday.
“Join us for an action-packed day of horsepower madness,” said committee member Sue Stecyk.
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