Automakers may not be willing to admit it, but who presents their new models at auto shows around the world may be as important as the cars presented. That means pretty women.
Car show models at auto shows are a longstanding tradition, with its history chronicled in a 2008 book called “Sirens of Chrome” written by Margery Krevsky.
Even National Public Radio produced a recent story about Auto Show Models called “Want To Chat Up An Auto Show Model? Talk Cars.”
The recent New York City International Auto Show, of course, continued the car show model legacy.
And certainly while visiting the New York Auto Show or any major auto show is an eye-opening experience for car fanciers, none of the shows would be the same without auto show models.
Here are a few examples of the women who showcased manufacturers’ new cars at the New York Auto Show.
And here’s the link to the NPR audio story of car show models titled “Want to Chat Up A Auto Show Model? Talk Cars”