Once again, it was the time of year for the Minneapolis Auto Show, and once again, it continued to get smaller. This year, the show didn’t even cover the entire convention center floor like it has in the past, but nothing really felt like it was missing. I’m pretty sure they simply crammed the cars closer together, but I don’t see the reason for it. Maybe by not renting out the space, they could save on costs… whoever they is I guess. Regardless, there were some decent vehicles, and some surprises as well. For instance, I did not expect to see the SLS or the Fiat 500 or the A8 W12 at the show. I was expecting the R8, but not the convertible, and I guess I didn’t really expect to see the new STi sedan there either, but I’m glad it was because it really overshadowed the Evo that was sitting right behind it. In fact, other than the horrible STi seats (which the Evo clearly comes out on top in that battle thanks to its Recaros) the Subaru is the more aggressive looking vehicle, and it showed. When I was there, people were all over it, while the Evo was sort of lost in the shuffle behind it.
Minneapolis Auto Show
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