Year after year, the room packed with dreams is among the most popular exhibits at the Canadian International AutoShow.
Auto Exotica is consistently selected by AutoShow patrons as their favourite part of the show, and there is little mystery why. The showcase is annually stocked with cars most of us can only look at longingly — among them this year were Tesla with a three-car display, Pfaff Automotive presenting a Pagani, Singer and Pininfarina Battista, Lotus/Gentry Lane with a pair of their supercars and Autostrada with a showcase of various collector cars including brands such as Ferrari and Lamborghini. The Canadian-made FELINO will be made its Ontario debut at the AutoShow.
Autostrada anchored Auto Exotica this year with a stunning 13-car display, plus a unique addition not usually seen at an auto show — a tractor. The 1966 Lamborghini Trattoria R1 tractor is a reminder of the humble origins of one of the world’s most renowned supercar marques.
But with the tractor was an incredible collection of vehicles, including a 1966 Shelby Cobra Competition, Italian sportscar 1972 Lancia Stratos, the classic-looking 2013 Morgan Aero Supersports and a 1970 Lamborghini Miura, the first supercar to feature a rear mid-engined two-seat layout, and the fastest production car in the world when it was released.
Last year, the AutoShow introduced Light Up the Night in Auto Exotica, when two different cars in the exhibit were fired up each night in front of a live audience, letting all hear the deep rumble of their powerful engines. It drew rave reviews, and Light Up the Night, presented by SiriusXM returned, bigger and better, than ever for 2020.
In total, more than 25 luxury and exotic cars were on showcase in Auto Exotica, presented by Castrol and the National Post.
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