If you’re looking for a new car or just want to check out the latest models and some exotics as well, head on down to the Convention Center this weekend.
They’re featuring the First Hawaiian International Auto Show.
“It’s a non-selling environment so we have representatives here, there are 30 manufacturers that display their vehicles here so you can go up to these product experts and ask them the most complex of questions you can imagine.” Said Executive Director of Hawaii Automobile Dealers Association David Rolf.
The auto show is open till 10 p.m. Saturday night. They will open their doors Sunday from 10 a.m. Until 7 p.m.
The cost of admission is $10, but kids under 12 years old get in free.