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Nashville Auto Show 2019 Recap

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Halloween is just around the corner, so we decided to scare everyone a little early. We picked the meanest and cleanest cars and trucks in the Cumberland River Valley, so here is the Nashville Auto Show 2019 Recap.

First in were three Corvettes. Not exactly full-size, these 2/3rd scale replicas are powered by a 107cc V-Twin and capable of 40 mph. Built by Mini Cars Inc, the pedals are easily adjustable for drivers up to 6’1″.

Then we heard a beast approaching. Brown Lee Ford sells more Hennessey trucks than anyone else, so the Velociraptor 6X6 was followed by a Harley-Davidson F-150 from Tuscany. Other goodies included a lowered standard cab with a Roushcharger and a Tuscany Black Ops Chevrolet Silverado.

Another Brown Lee Ford Exclusive is the 2020 Gulf Edition Mustang. Only 119 cars will be built, and this is the prototype. It has a proprietary supercharger, intake, and exhaust to make 800 horsepower. It was the same car that was on display at our Pebble Beach booth.

Taggart Scout travels the world looking for rust-free examples of the International Harvester, and their unbeatable restorations ride on a new 2-door Wrangler chassis with HEMI power.

McLaren Philadelphia along with their parent company,  RDS Enterprises were proud to show off their collection of Lamborghinis, an Urus and Huracan Performante Spyder were joined by a 720S Spider, McLaren GT, and a 570 GT4.  

Jaguar/Land Rover of Nashville arrived with a Range Rover SVR, F-Type SVR, F-Pace, and the new all-electric I-Pace.

Carlock Motors was happy to display two Aston-Martin Vantages along with an Alfa-Romeo Ghibli and a GranTurismo convertible. Their R8 Spyder looked great nose-2-nose with Velocity Motorcars’ R8 Coupe.

Other Velocity Motorcars included a Lamborghini Huracan in Blu Achelous, Ferrari 458 Speciale in tri-color matte paint, and a Jack Roush Edition Backdraft Racing Cobra.

Mercedes of Music City had 5 new 2020 models on display and BMW of Nashville arrived with 5 M Division and M-Sport models. Audi of Nashville and Porsche of Nashville brought a complete lineup, including a Panamera in bright green.

Looking down from our VIP Suite, it was easy to see how the crowds were amazed by our dealer’s inventory. A big thanks to Zack & Karrah Yanta, Tanner Mashburn, and the building staff of the Music City Convention Center.