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AutoShow February 2019

Canadian International AutoShow was held at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre (MTCC) from February 14 to the 24th. The Canadian International AutoShow There were hundreds of gleaming vehicles in every shape and colour. Thousands of people as far as the eye can see, kicking tires and checking out the latest automotive technology. There were more than 1,000 cars and trucks from every major manufacturer in the country on display, as well as dozens of rare vehicles in feature exhibits, for exploring the AutoShow’s 650,000 square feet of space. Every year, the Canadian International AutoShow brings more than 1,000 new cars, trucks and SUVs in front of consumers, making it one of the best places for prospective consumers to begin shopping for their next vehicle. On the opening day Ontario Premier Doug Ford helped officially opened the 2019 Canadian International AutoShow on Friday, kicking off a 10-day automotive showcase packed with the newest cars and trucks to hit the road and exciting new feature exhibits. Premier Ford and Minister of Economic Development, Job Creation and Trade Todd Smith met with auto manufacturers and exhibitors during a tour led by Canadian International AutoShow President Larry Lantz.. Canadian car fans of all ages were the first in North America to have the chance to get up close to an engineering masterpiece, as the only LEGO Technic Bugatti Chiron in the world maid its North American debut at the Canadian International Auto Show, Bugatti Chiron took 13,438 hours to construct by a team of 16 specialists and not a single drop of glue was used. This super car is a testament that with LEGO Technic you can build for real. Seen from a distance side by side, the resemblance of the two cars is striking. Peek inside and discover that every single detail of the original car has been carefully and precisely recreated in LEGO Technic elements – from seats, to dashboard, to steering wheel. Made of more than one million elements, the LEGO Technic . “This life-size model is a first of its kind in so many ways and with it, we wanted to push the boundaries of our own imagination. For more than 40 years, LEGO Technic has allowed builders to use their creativity in a way that challenges

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