The 2020 Canadian International AutoShow, the best place to shop and compare the newest cars on the market, is back in Toronto this month, taking place at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre on February 14-23.\nThe event, also known as the Toronto AutoShow, will have more than 1,000 vehicles on display throughout its 650,000-sq. ft. space and is expected to draw in over 300,000 visitors.\nHyundai Canada\nAmong the manufacturers at this event will be Hyundai, showcasing the Vision T, their first plug-in hybrid SUV concept which is a glimpse into their design for future SUVs. The first-ever Venue, a bold and sophisticated crossover, as well as the all-new Sonata, completely redesigned with a cleaner, bolder look and state-of-the-art technology, like the available smart-park feature, will also be at the show. Plus, if you’re into SUVs, you’ll see the full line-up inclusive of the Palisade.\nBut that's not all that Hyundai will be highlighting!\nHyundai Canada\nHyundai’s Electric Avenue will be back again, this year featuring the Hyundai 45 concept vehicle, NEXO fuel cell vehicle, Kona electric, the updated IONIQ electric, IONIQ hybrid, and IONIQ plug-in hybrid.\nIf you’ve been wondering what electric vehicles are all about, both the Kona electric and the IONIQ electric will be available for a test drive at the Toronto AutoShow, so don’t miss this opportunity to see which you prefer!\nthecravingisreal | Instagram\n \n Hyundai Canada\nOh, and even better? Hyundai is partnering with The Alley, a well-respected, global bubble tea café, which will be at Hyundai’s Electric Avenue on the Family Day long weekend and the following weekend (February 15, 16, 17, 22 and 23) from 12-3 p.m. only. Once you sign up for your chance to win the 2020 Hyundai Tucson on site, you will receive a complimentary bubble tea by The Alley on Hyundai! Sounds like a pretty sweet deal — after all, who can say no to that?As if that wasn't awesome enough, Hyundai will be featuring the Veloster N, Veloster N TCR - Herta Race, and the i30 N TCR. The last two of those, BTW, just so happen to be track cars. So if you were born with a steering wheel in your hand, you know what to check out.\nHyundai Canada\nCanadian Debut of Hyundai's Vision T Concept Vehicle at the 2020 Toronto AutoShow\nPrice: $25 for Adult General Admission; you can purchase tickets here.\nWhen: February 14-23, 2020.\nWhere: Metro Toronto Convention Centre, 255 Front St. W, Toronto, ON M5V 2W6.\nWhy You Need To Go: To get the very first look at Hyundai's new concept that winks to the design for their future SUVs.\nVisit the Hyundai booth at the Canadian International Auto Show this February 14-23! And don't forget to check them out on Facebook and Instagram!