RTX Team at the 2019 Toronto International Auto Show!

Posted By: Catherine Primeau In: Car features On: Tuesday, March 5, 2019 Comment: 0 Hit: 735

The RTX team attended the Toronto International Auto Show from February 15th to the 24th. 

Over 10 days, 357,745 visitors passed through the turnstiles of the exhibition. On Sunday, Family Day, 54,634 car enthusiasts gathered. Exhibitors occupied 650,000 square feet of the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. More than 1000 vehicles were on display: cars, trucks and sport utility vehicles (SUVs) were numerous. But visitors were also able to admire prototypes, exotic and antique cars, muscle cars and electric vehicles. Many companies also participated in the "after market".

 

The location of our booth, close to exotic cars, worked in our favor. Several people stopped by to learn about our products.

 

2019 WHEEL DESIGNS

           

The Toronto International Auto Show made visitors covet our new rim models. The Deutschman D01 (3 colours), FF10, 2 Gobi, and the new Graz turned heads. The Deutschman D01 will enter the North American market really soon. These flowForged wheels are made for luxury SUV and we be available in Machined Red (20x10), Silver (20x9 / 20x10) and Gunmetal (20x9 / 20x10).

 

MAIN ATTRACTIONS!

 

The Devil Sixteen, a veritable gem, made its debut at the Canadian auto shows this year. The car, powered by a 5000 horsepower V16 engine, attracted attention all over the world. This was the first time the Devil Sixteen was shown outside of Dubai, according to autoshow.ca. In total, 30 luxury and exotic cars, worth more than $30 million, were on display at Auto Exotica.

 

Among other attractions, car enthusiasts had the chance to see the replica of the Bugatti Chiron, made out of LEGO!

 

Our presence at the International Show allowed us to promote our rims, but also to meet our customers and retailers. This event was a perfect opportunity to showcase our products, old and new. Answering visitors' questions about our products is a very rewarding experience for us.  Using giant shelves installed at the kiosk, visitors were able to check on site the compatibility of a wheel, and even find out where the nearest retailer was located.  

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