The Trion Nemesis, a 2,000-horsepower supercar, made its world debut at last year’s SV Auto Show.
The 2017 Silicon Valley Auto Show rolls into town Jan. 5 to 8. More than 350 vehicles will be on display, including new versions of the Chevrolet Bolt, Honda Clarity Fuel Cell and Toyota Prius Prime.
“EV and alternative fuel options continue to be a hit with showgoers,” says spokesperson Shelbi Okumura, adding that the event “offers a place for consumers to experience the latest automotive technologies—everything from driver assistance to innovations in connectivity.” The ride-and-drives, which allow attendees to take several cars for a spin around the convention center, will no doubt be another highlight of the show.
Tickets $8–$11, ages 6 and under free, San Jose McEnery Convention Center, 150 W. San Carlos St.
Originally published in the January issue of Silicon Valley