100+ Year Old Auto Show Gets A New Name

The State Fair of Texas is shifting gears and moving its beloved auto show into a whole new level of fun, presentation, and innovation.  The auto show has always been an important part of the Fair experience and the Fair is excited to provide an engaging environment where automobile manufacturers can interact with consumers through automotive displays and experiences.  For 2017, the State Fair of Texas has updated this unique auto show experience, beginning with a new official name: Texas Auto Show.

Since its inception in 1913, the Texas Auto Show has been a special highlight for all types of fairgoers, from car enthusiasts to curious consumers.  In fact, millions of fair attendees visit the Fair’s automotive exhibit every year.  Popular automotive brands like Ford, Chevrolet, Dodge, Honda, GMC, Hyudai, Kia, Ram, Nissan, Jeep, Buick, Chrysler, Fiat, Subaru and Fiat showcase vehicles across three different venues on the fairgrounds: the Centennial building, the Automobile building, and the Truck Zone.

An early photo of the Texas Auto Show from the 1910s.

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