Fun for the whole family at this year’s Seattle Auto Show!

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Above: Drive ON the field at Safeco in this year's show! Details below!

SEATTLE -- Over 400 vehicles on display, plus 75 vehicles you can actually test drive! The Seattle International Auto Show is back, and it's on now at CenturyLink Field Event Center.

Did we mention you can drive the bases of Safeco Field? More on that in a moment.

From cars and trucks, to crossovers and alternative fuel vehicles, there's a little something for everyone. Want to check out a car worthy of James Bond? Head over to the Luxury Zone and check out the Aston Martin (one of only 40 replicas every made), packed with all sorts of surprises, including a pop-up tray of champagne and champagne flutes!

Bringing the kids? In the Kid's Test Drive area, kids ages 3 to 9 can drive a variety of small electric cars on a track. There's even a zipline!

Parents, do you have teen drivers in the family? Have them strap in to Toyota's TeenDrive365- a chance to use virtual reality behind the wheel to showcase just how dangerous distracted driving can really be (and heck, it's an eye-opening experience for drivers of all ages).

Oh, and driving around Safeco Field? Totally an option. Just head across the street from CenturyLink Field Event Center, and take your pick of Fords (from Mustangs to Escapes, Explorers and more!), buckle up and speed your way around the field! (OK maybe take it a little slow- let's not ruin the field, people!)

You'll also be able to test out all sorts of new technology, so there really is an interactive experience for everyone.

The Seattle International Auto Show runs through Sunday:

Open Friday noon to 9pm; Saturday fro 9am to 9pm; and Sunday from 9am to 7pm.

Kids ages 12 and under get in FREE; all other tickets range in price from $12 to $15. Click HERE to check out the website and learn more. 

 

Below: What happens when you drive distracted? Kaci was TERRIBLE.

Below: Inside the "James Bond" car and other luxury vehicles