CLEVELAND, Ohio -- The Cleveland Auto Show has roared into town for 10 days of action at the I-X Center, featuring hybrids, designer cars and just about any other supercool kind of vehicle. You can see them all above.
The show opens today at 5 p.m., with a host of new, old and exotic vehicles to be examined, and in some cases driven, all within a sales-free environment.
In a nod to heroes, active and veteran military personnel, police, fire, and other safety and security personnel will get in free with valid identification.
Most manufacturers will allow visitors to sit in their vehicles, except for the concept or exotic cars. Many exhibitors will offer indoor test drives.
All the biggies are here, from Chevrolet to Toyota. There will also be a classic car competition and visits by celebrities.
The show runs through March 5. Adult tickets are $13. Tickets for those ages 7-12 or 62 and over are $11. Children six and under get in free. There is no charge for parking.
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