MILWAUKEE - The Greater Milwaukee Auto Show at the Wisconsin Center may be your chance to finally check your new dream car.
As supply chain issues continue to impact the U.S., the car business has been one of the heaviest hit. The auto show allows potential customers check out new rides through March 6.
"There's a lot that’s constrained in the supply chain right now," said John Pentler of Uptown Automotive Group. "There’s the chips in the cars, tire issues, a lot of different things, but the manufacturers are doing their best to build the cars and give people what they want."
Whether scoping out the merchandise or seeking a fun day with family, the auto show was the place to be for some.
"The lead time, the amount of time it takes for vehicles to be brought in that you can see and feel and touch is just crazy," said visitor Matthew Wade. " This type of experience puts it all right there for you, and there’s lots of different brands here."
"It's inside, it's warm, you can walk around. There's cars everywhere, there's a lot of other fun stuff going on," Pentler said. "I’m bringing my kids tomorrow, and we’re going to have a lot of fun at the show."
The Greater Milwaukee Auto Show could also be where you find your next furry family member. Through the Subaru "Loves Pets" campaign, adoptable pets will be on-site all week.