2023 NY International Auto Show (NYIAS)
April 7 – 16, 2023
Plus Photographs From Past Years
Public Show Dates and Hours:
Friday, April 7 through Sunday, April 16
Monday – Saturday: 10:00 am – 10:00 pm
Sundays: 10:00 am – 7:00 pm
Official Opening Day is on Saturday, August 8 in the morning
The Jacob Javits Convention Center,
655 West 34th Street
located between 11th and 12th Avenues, between 34th and 39th Streets on the west side of NYC
Near the end of this page, you’ll find some of the most recent updates & press releases from the organizers regarding Coronavirus and how the Show Must Go On!
Please note, there is a discount for tickets purchased online.
$21 for adults (ages 13 and older),
$7 for children 12 and younger
Early Access Admission for entry on Friday or Saturday mornings at 9:00 am, or any other day after 10:00 am.
Entrance on 34th Street, located between 11th and 12th Avenue.
$48 for adults (ages 13 and older),
$18 for children 12 and younger
Keep in mind that any tickets are good for only the day of your choice when purchasing.
Virtually any subway train will take you to midtown (42nd & 34th)
But, the Javits Center is pretty far to the west so you’ll need a bus:
M34: Runs east/west on 34th Street. Stops on 11th Avenue outside the Javits Center and at Penn Station.
M42: Runs east/west on 42nd street. But you’d have to walk down a bit.
PLEASE do be attentive to the signs at the Bus Stops since at times you’ll be required to purchase your tickets using the Toll Box at the Stop should there be a toll box at the stop.
Important things to remember and consider: PLEASE NOTE THAT BACKPACKS WILL NOT BE ALLOWED ON THE SHOW FLOOR.
CAMERAS, VIDEO CAMERAS, AND STROLLERS ARE WELCOME.
PETS ARE NOT PERMITTED.
WHEELCHAIRS ARE AVAILABLE THROUGH THE JAVITS CENTER, PLEASE CALL 212-216-2196.
Latest Related Press Release(s):
NEW YORK, Jan. 18, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — The New York International Automobile Show announces the dates for 2023 at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center from April 7-16 (Press Days are April 5 & 6). The annual automobile spectacular is doubling its electrification effort with an expanded multi-brand Electric Vehicle Test Track with more vehicles, industry participation, sponsors, and more elaborate automaker EV tracks on Level 3.
“Auto Shows are a fundamental component of every car company wanting to influence buyer behavior. No other event can create this volume of direct vehicle contact and brand awareness,” said New York Auto Show president Mark Schienberg.
This year’s Show also includes more OEM and specially curated displays and an even bigger aftermarket showcase called ‘Never Ride Stock’ featuring the biggest names in the specialty equipment industry, the latest custom vehicle trends, and some of the most extreme tuner cars.
The New York Auto Show is also where the business of the industry gets done and the uniquely important 2023 New York Auto Show includes the nation’s leading industry events during its Press Preview days. Kick-starting the week, the Automotive Forum – created by J.D. Power, the National Automobile Dealers Association, and the New York Auto Show— returns with the biggest names in the industry on April 4. The exceptional World Car Awards – the #1 automotive awards program in the world, returns with its unique program designed to celebrate the best of the best that the auto industry has to offer on a uniquely global scale.
The prominent World Traffic Safety Symposium also returns with a program more important than ever as traffic fatalities continue to rise in the U.S. The Media Post Automotive Advertising Conference — the largest and most influential media, marketing, and advertising online site — will return with an increased lineup of speakers and programs to round out the lineup of exciting and important 2023 industry events and symposiums.
BIGGER EV TEST TRACK RETURNS FOR 2023
With over 80,000 attendee rides through multiple indoor and outdoor tracks last year, the spring Show will increase opportunities for OEMs to engage with consumers. Chevrolet, Nissan, Kia, VinFast, INDI, Volkswagen, and Volvo knocked it out of the park last year at the Show’s multi-brand Electric Vehicle Test Track. Thanks to the exceptional success of the brands taking part, the 2023 Show is growing its electric vehicle presence with more new vehicles, industry participants, sponsors, and an even larger track.
“The NYIAS EV Test Track was instrumental in providing consumers an opportunity to experience electric vehicles first-hand and a survey by J.D Power revealed that nearly 4 out of every 10 of our test track participants had no prior EV exposure and that’s why we are doubling our efforts this year,” said Mark Schienberg, president of the New York Auto Show.
J.D. Power interviewed more than one hundred EV test track participants and found that simply riding in an EV increased purchase consideration for 7 out of every 10 participants. For some, the lift was even greater. The data also showed the positive impact of EV exposure on purchase/lease consideration, with 7 out of 10 EV Test Track participants saying that they are now more likely to consider purchasing or leasing a battery electric vehicle based on their event experience.
With nearly a million square feet of exhibit space on four different levels, the New York Auto Show is a unique marketing event that continues to draw unprecedented numbers of car buyers from the New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut metro area, as it has done since 1900.
About the New York Auto Show
The New York International Automobile Show delivers critical information to potential car buyers, supports brand discovery, drives vehicle purchasing, and opens consumers to new makes and models using sophisticated displays and experiential marketing. It is an awesome combination of new ideas, technological innovation, exceptional concept cars, and hundreds of the latest new cars and trucks.
Innovating since 1900, North America’s oldest and largest attended auto show is the best place to research a new car and has welcomed millions of car buyers through its doors to experience everything that the automobile industry has to offer ever since. It is the one place where the information is comprehensive and engaging and where new technology can be explained and explored freely.
New York, NY (Febuary 25, 2022): With a host of innovations and fresh new experiences for potential car buyers, the New York Auto Show has big plans to excite and educate attendees on the benefits of driving electric with a major ‘Electric Test Fest’ that will take up two-thirds of the Show’s lower level. The Show opens to the public April 15-24 (press days: April 13 &14) at the fully-expanded Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in Manhattan.
With an enormous indoor track, attendees will have the opportunity to ride in a wide range of electric vehicles including new models from Chevrolet, Kia, Nissan, Volvo, and EV start-ups INDI from California and Vietnam’s VinFast. In addition, Ford and Hyundai will incorporate EV test tracks into their own displays on the main show floor so consumers can take a ride in even more electrics.
The New York Auto Show will feature nearly an entire level of the convention center dedicated to plug-in electric vehicles, charging solutions, and consumer awareness programs. Also on Level 1 of the Javits Center, attendees will be able to explore 3-wheeled and 2-wheeled electric vehicles.
The Show’s all-new indoor multi-brand EV Test Track will give consumers an opportunity to experience a wide range of electric vehicles on a ‘green’ themed track built to feel like a drive in the country. Professional drivers will demonstrate the vehicles’ many attributes including quick acceleration, quiet ride and numerous high-tech features while charging partners will highlight the simplicity of EV ownership through a series of informative displays.
The special Electric Test Fest will host more than two dozen companies as well as home, mobile, and curbside charging partners committed to consumer education and EV adoption. The exhibit will be sponsored in part by Con Edison, Charge NY, New York Power Authority, NYSERDA and JD Power.
Past Related Items:
Statement from the organizers of the 2020 New York International Auto Show
NEW YORK, Feb. 28, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The Greater New York Automobile Dealers Association, organizers of the New York International Auto Show, extends its deepest regrets to the organizers of the Geneva International Motor Show after hearing today’s news that their 2020 event has been canceled due to spread of the coronavirus in Europe. As a small family of global auto shows, our thoughts remain with the Swiss organizers. We are equally compassionate for the world’s automakers who have been impacted by this unforeseen set of circumstances.
With just under six weeks to go before the 2020 New York International Auto Show’s press preview days, we are moving forward with plans to open the Show as scheduled. We are in communication with state and local officials and the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, and, at this point, there are no plans to cancel any shows at the facility. The Javits Center is taking precautionary measures inside the venue to help prevent the spread of respiratory viruses, and the New York Auto Show will follow its lead to protect exhibitors and attendees.
Coronavirus Update from Organizers of the 2020 New York International Auto Show
With five weeks to go before the 2020 New York International Auto Show’s press preview days (April 8 & 9), organizers are moving forward with plans to open the Show as scheduled. We are in communication with state and local officials and the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, and, at this point, there are no plans to cancel any shows at the facility due to coronavirus. The Javits Center and the Auto Show are taking precautionary measures inside the venue while the state and local agencies are taking steps to limit the spread of respiratory viruses.
PRECAUTIONS AT THE JAVITS CENTER
The Javits Center is committed to protecting the well-being of its visitors, customers, employees and business partners. During every flu season, Javits staff implements a set of protocols designed to prevent communicable sicknesses, and in light of the recent novel coronavirus, efforts have increased significantly.
In recent weeks, the Javits Center has:
- Installed 70 hand-sanitizing stations throughout the convention center to allow visitors to clean their hands more frequently;
- Increased the cleaning of high-volume, high-touch areas, including paper towel dispensers, vanity tops, counters and door handles;
- Maintained a team of specially trained paramedics on site during all open event hours and access to a fully equipped first-aid station on site;
- Engaged with health departments at the city, state and federal levels to ensure we receive the latest updates and protocols; and
- Distributed critical information among key staff members and business partners to help prevent communicable sicknesses throughout the venue.
The Auto Show has implemented new standards for all vehicle detailing companies providing services for the event. Those measures include the use of disinfectant cleaning agents and increased frequency.