This weekend, folks can check out more than 250 unique vehicles up-close in the Upstate.
The South Carolina International Auto Show is underway at the TD Convention Center in Greenville through Sunday.
Attendees can get a look at some of the latest technology and even take a test drive.
Representatives with auto manufacturers are on site to answer questions, and multiple car clubs are also part of the show. The center is filled with brand new cars, trucks and SUVs, as well as classic and custom rides.
The director of the show, Allen Chin, said attendees will also get to watch some of the work that goes into a custom build through a live demonstration.
"Being able to see them actually build something live is pretty neat," Chin said. "A lot of us go to dealerships and garages, but we actually don't see them do the work. But here, when you come to the show, you actually get to see them putting together seats, putting together parts."
Admission is $8 for adults at the door. Children 12 and under get in for free. As of Friday morning, folks can get a $1 discount on online ticket orders.