Matt DeLorenzo: February 7, 2020

*** LIVE from the 2020 Chicago Auto Show ***

GET A SNEAK PEEK INSIDE THE NATION’S LARGEST AUTO SHOW! 

Kelley Blue Book editor shares insight on what to expect from this year’s show and the top automotive trends for the year ahead

 

MATT DELORENZO

Senior Managing Editor, Kelley Blue Book

 

This February, the nation’s largest and longest-running auto show will take place at McCormick Place in Chicago, Ill. Open to the public from February 8-17, the 2020 Chicago Auto Show will welcome thousands of car enthusiasts and in-market shoppers, who want to see, touch and drive the latest models.

 

This year’s event has something for everyone. It will feature innovative concept cars, in addition to a huge variety of 2020 models for visitors looking for their next vehicle purchase. Every day of the Chicago Auto Show will feature special events including a food drive to benefit A Safe Haven Foundation, Sports Team Pride Day, Women’s Day and Craft Beer Night.

 

On February 7, Kelley Blue Book editor Matt DeLorenzo will be available live onsite on the floor of the Chicago Auto Show to give your audience a sneak peek at this year’s show. He’ll also outline the latest trends he sees in the automotive industry in 2020.

 

For more information please visit: https://www. chicagoautoshow.com/  

 

MORE ABOUT MATT DELORENZO: 

Matt DeLorenzo is Senior Managing Editor for Kelley Blue Book. His love for cars actually grew out of figuring out how to keep them running. From fixing his dad’s cars to changing a clutch on his car in the parking lot at college during the winter, he learned a lot about what makes them tick. His first job was a reporter at the Peoria Journal Star in Peoria, Illinois, but moved to California to work at an automotive fleet trade journal. Matt moved on to Automotive News, where he worked in Los Angeles, Washington D.C. and finally Detroit, where he lived for nearly 20 years as editor of AutoWeek and Detroit editor for Road & Track. He finally returned to California in 2007 and after a brief stint as editor-in-chief, freelanced before landing at Kelley Blue Book as the managing editor of news. He’s written several books on various cars including the Mustang and Corvette, a history of the American auto industry and a 100th anniversary book on Dodge.

 

Produced for: Acura; Hyundai; Kia; Subaru

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