Tesla isn't exhibiting, but that doesn't mean they don't have a presence at the Canadian International Auto Show. This year the show has an Eco Drive section. Sun Country Highway is a start-up company that plans to install EV infrastructure across Canada. The owner's Tesla Roadster has been located in the Exotics section, and they're using that to draw people to the Eco Drive section. They wanted another Tesla in their main exhibit in the Eco Drive section itself. The idea was to feature a car driving to the auto show from another city, via one of their charge points. They tracked me down and got Tesla to arrange an introduction, and I agreed to help. It was quite an adventure going to the show. Spenser from Sun Country Highway followed me in a Chevy Volt and recorded my trip from Ottawa to Peterborough, where I charged at Berc's Steakhouse, and on to Toronto where we were featured on CTV News. The next step was to get the car into the conference center. It was very strange driving into an elevator and down hallways inside a building. The conference center staff found it very strange that the car was completely silent. My Roadster was totally covered in salt from the trip so we first got it cleaned and then detailed. Part of my rear Tesla logo came off in the process, so Mark from Tesla came out and fixed that. Here's a view after the car was detailed (shinier than brand new!), but not yet put in final position (yes all the carpets on the entire level were covered in plastic during this process): Yes, that's a Ford Transit Connect behind my car; it's part of Sun Country Highway's exhibit, which includes a Volt and a Via plug-in hybrid pickup truck (quite the beast!): Outside the room is one of several Fisker Karmas (there are more in the Exotics section) I'll be sure to get some more photos of green vehicles, and some better shots of our exhibit, when I have time. Things are very busy!