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Exhibitors Contact: Bob Yoffe ([email protected])

Electric Drive Experience, Presented by EZ-EV and Exelon

An all-new Electric Drive Experience, Presented by EZ-EV and Exelon, featuring indoor and outdoor ride & drives, will debut at the 2019 Washington Auto Show. The Electric Drive Experience, Presented by EZ-EV & Exelon, will be located on the lower level of the convention center and is included in the admission price to the Washington Auto Show. All participating vehicles will be available for indoor rides and several will be available for a street ride just outside the lower level. Be sure to get there early to register! Manufacturers participating in the Electric Drive Experience, Presented by EZ-EV & Exelon, include Kia, Hyundai, Nissan, Volkswagen, and Audi, plus more to be announced!

Hyundai Kona

Audi e-tron

Nissan Leaf

Volkswagen e-Golf


  • AAMVA – American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators
  • AASHTO – American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials
  • ARTBA – American Road & Transportation Builders Association
  • Autos2050 conference, a project of the Auto Alliance
  • Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany
  • Eno Center for Transportation
  • Greater Washington Region Clean Cities Coalition
  • GSA – General Services Administration
  • Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments
  • Michigan Economic Development Corporation
  • NGV America – Natural Gas Vehicles for America
  • Original Equipment Manufacturer Sales Meeting
  • POLITICO’s Driverless Cars Conference
  • SAE International – Society of Automobile Engineers

Click here to access the Exhibitors’ Manual

To receive an access code to the Exhibitors’ Manual, please contact Bob Yoffe at [email protected]

Floor Maps (subject to change)



MobilityTalks International®, April 3-4, 2019

Once again, the Washington Auto Show brings MobilityTalks International® to the beating heart of US lawmaking: Capitol Hill. In a reprise of imminently successful MobilityTalks panel discussion, 2019 promises to present an even more impactful dialogue about the future of connected and autonomous technologies, featuring the leading thinkers, researchers, lawmakers and regulators from around the world.

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Avery Ash
Head of Autonomous Mobility, INRIX

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Heidi King
Deputy Administrator, NHTSA

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Bernard Soriano Deputy Director, California DMV View Bio

Kevin Tynan Global Director of Automotive Research, Bloomberg View Bio

Jason Stein, Moderator
Publisher, Automotive News

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Jan Hellåker
Program Director, Drive Sweden

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Terunao Kawai
Director, Institute for Automated and Connected Vehicle Standardization, Japan

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Su-sang Kim
Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport, Republic of Korea

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Wednesday, April 3 – Friday, April 5, 2019
Location: Walter E. Washington Convention Center

Understanding how technology, regulations and legislation affects the design of light and heavy duty vehicles in terms of safety, environment, and energy conservation is essential to vehicle development. This forum provides opportunities for technical authorities from government, industry, and academia who are leading regulations, pending legislation, and the advanced testing and technology to address these issues influencing future decision making within the industry.




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Autos2050 April 2, 2019 Walter E. Washington Convention Center

Autos2050℠ showcases breakthrough moments in how we think about transportation – the best and brightest of 2019 and beyond. Set squarely within the epicenter of federal activity on public policy, Autos2050℠ will offer perspectives by thought leaders and policy experts on the future of driving.

SAE Government/Industry Meeting
April 3 – April 5, 2019 Walter E. Washington Convention Center

The 2019 SAE Government/Industry Meeting unites government policy and regulatory makers with auto industry representatives to discuss the effect of government action and regulations for safety, emission control, and energy conservation on future vehicle design.

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Telephone: 202-237-7200

All media will be required to produce a photo ID, and all bags and equipment will be subjected to inspection.

Notice: Attendees are encouraged to arrive early as the Washington Auto Show has instituted a standard security policy for all show days at the center. Patrons will be subject to search and possible hand held metal detectors. All bags, briefcases, book bags or items similar in nature will be searched as patrons enter the arena. The Washington Auto Show consults with local law enforcement agencies on a continual basis. Some of the security measures in place will be apparent to patrons and some will not.
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