2019 Chicago Auto Show kicks off with concept cars, vintage rides

CHICAGO — The 2019 Chicago Auto Show opened Saturday with a ceremonial ribbon cutting from Gov. JB Pritzker.

From bold colors to stunning concept cars, from vintage rides to modern favorites — this year’s auto show doesn’t disappoint.

It’s a chance for families to keep traditions going and browse everything the auto industry has to offer for the new year. There are more interactive displays this year and a chance to experience a test ride firsthand.

The show runs through Feb. 18. For more information, visit chicagoautoshow.com.

WGN’s Mike Lowe was on site Saturday. Here are some of the highlights:

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