BART crashes the SF Auto Show!


BART crashes the SF Auto Show!

Move over new cars, the BARTmobile is in town and it's about to outshine all of you! The BARTmobile will be at the San Francisco International Auto Show at the Moscone Center to show all of the new hybrids how to really save gas, confront muscle cars with some real mighty-mite power and challenge all the new trucks to see just who can really haul a big load!

Take BART to the show! Exit at the Powell Street Station at 4th and Market. Turn right on 4th. Walk two blocks south to Howard and turn left. The Moscone Center is located on the 700 block of Howard Street. You'll find Moscone South on your right and Moscone North on your left. Plan your trip using bart.gov's handy online QuickPlanner.

The San Francisco International Auto Show is back again this year, with plenty of polished chrome and over 800 vehicles representing the latest work of over 40 of the world's top manufacturers. Nestled among the classic cars and sleek roadsters you will find a different muscle car of sorts - the BARTmobile will be displayed in the main lobby at the entrance of the show, representing BART and some sporting the stats of miserly consumption and real transportation brawn. Know of any cars that get 250 miles per gallon, boast the equivalent of 6,000 horsepower AND are easy on the environment? Didn't think so. Check us out at this year's Auto Show at the Moscone Center in Downtown San Francisco.

SHOW INFORMATION

For online auto show info, visit: www.sfautoshow.com

Location
Moscone Convention Center
747 Howard St, San Francisco

Dates
November 18 - 26, 2006
Open Thanksgiving

Hours
Regular hours: 10am - 10pm
Sunday Nov 25: 10am - 8pm

Admission
Adults: $8
Children: 12 and under free with paid adult

Among the manufacturers exhibiting their 2007 products are: Acura, BMW, Ferrari, Ford Motor Company, General Motors, Honda Motor Company, Hyundai, KIA, Land Rover, Lotus, Maserati, Mercedes Benz, Mini, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Porsche, Scion, Subaru, Suzuki, Toyota and ZAP.

In addition to the 2007 models, the International Auto Show will feature alternative fuel vehicles, classic cars, racecars and provide a glimpse into the future with prototypes and concept cars. The Show will also have an extensive auto accessory area with after market products, interactive exhibits and much more.