The Denver Auto Show is getting ready to open, and on Monday the vehicles started rolling into the Colorado Convention Center.
As the city gears up for the Denver Auto Show, it turns out that Colorado is leaving the other states in the dust when it comes to car sales.
The Green Car Parade drove through downtown Denver on Sunday to highlight the latest technology in alternative fuel vehicles.
Drivers in Colorado are always looking for new technology when it comes to a greener travel option and saving the environment. Visitors to this year’s Denver Auto Show can see the latest energy-saving technology.
Coloradans are buying more new cars as sales were up 10 percent in January over January of last year, and year-to-year sales for all of 2012 were up 24 percent.
The Colorado Automobile Dealers Association is reporting a 22 percent increase in new vehicle registrations in 2012 compared with 2011.
There is some encouraging news out of Detroit as August was the best month for the Big Three since 2009.
Colorado car dealers say vehicle sales are up more than a third over July last year.
Tax dollars totalling $500,000 are being spent to expand the use of electric vehicles in the Denver metro area. But none of that money is being used for more, much-needed, charging stations.
Cars, SUVs and trucks that will make an appearance at the Denver Auto Show were on display at the state Capitol Sunday for people to see.