After Blizzard Delay, Washington Auto Show Now Open Through Sunday

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After being postponed due to the blizzard, the Washington Auto Show opened Tuesday for car enthusiasts in the DMV area and beyond.

Get all of your favorite auto facts and updates at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center (801 Mt. Vernon Place NW) now through Sunday. You'll find contests, such as the Hyundai "Hands-On" Contest, celebrities and athletes such as Redskins Quarterback Kirk Cousins, live music and many more events listed here.

More than 35 car manufacturers on hand range from Alfa Romeo to Volvo and everything in between, and a variety of vehicles on display range from electric, luxury and historical cars, trucks, SUVs and more.

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Mayor Muriel Bowser called the Washington Auto show a "world-class event."

"We are thrilled to once again host the Auto Show, which will introduce the latest advancements in automotive technologies that transform the way we live, work and travel," she wrote on the Washington Auto Show website.

General tickets are $12 for adults and $5 for children between 6 and 12 years old.

You can find directions and parking information, hours, discounts and more online here.

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