The 43rd Miami International Auto Show has kicked off and it is widely reported that on Tuesday ticket sales for the gala show’s first weekend at the Miami Beach Convention Center were up nearly up by 5 percent over those for the show’s first weekend a year ago, thus been a testimony to the renaissance of the automobile industry and reflecting in its convalescence.
News has stated that the gala show was open every hour the show during the weekend, apart from all of this the box office sales were also sky rocketing and these are encouraging signs for the automobile industry.
In comparison to the corresponding time in 2012 last year when the show had not gone according to the expectations, with the exception of late Saturday night when a downpour drenched the area.
In addition to increased tickets sold at the door, the show organizers have also reported that the number of e-tickets sold through Sunday evening had already exceeded the benchmark figure for last year’s entire 10-day show run.
In the mega event Along with the hundreds of new cars and trucks on the convention floor, including the national debut of the much awaited 2015 Cadillac Escalade SUV, show attendees have also been given the opportunity to drive selected models from well-established manufacturers like Buick, Chevrolet, GMC, Cadillac, Chrysler, Volkswagen, Hyundai, Kia, Scion, Mazda and Toyota.
The show amidst much fanfare continues at the Miami Beach Convention Center throughout Sunday and by the looks of it can be called an instant hit among the masses.