Experience the Show
Hundreds of New 2020 Models
Cars | Trucks | SUVs | Crossovers
Exotics Courtesy of Velocity Honolulu
Velocity Honolulu will display the following:
Alfa Romeo: Giulia, Stelvio
Audi: A4, A6, A8, Q3, Q5, Q7, Q8
Ferrari: 488, Portofino
Jaguar: F-TYPE, F-PACE, E-PACE
Lamborghini: Urus, Huracan Performante Spyder, Aventador Roadster S
Land Rover: Range Rover, Range Rover Velar, Range Rover Sport, Land Rover Discovery
Maserati: Levante, Ghibli
Aloha Mustang and Shelby Club of Hawaii
A number of early Ford Mustang owners on O’ahu, who were providing their cars for parades, got together socially in the mid-70’s to start a Mustang car club. In 1979, the Aloha Mustang & Shelby Club of Hawaii was chartered. Since then, the club has been involved with numerous activities for its members and has supported a variety of charities.
The Aloha Mustang & Shelby Club of Hawaii (AMSCH) recognizes all Ford Mustangs from April 1964 to the present and the 1965 to 1970 Shelby Mustangs built by Shelby American, Inc. We also recognize the 2006 and newer Shelby Mustangs built by Ford, and any other specialty vehicle based on the Ford Mustang (e.g. Saleen, Roush, etc.).
Corvette Club of Hawaii
The Corvette Club of Hawaii was established in 1973 for Corvette owners and for people that just love the great American sports car. The club currently has over 100 members with Associate members from all over the world.
Antique Automobile Club of America
Come see a collection of rare antique vehicles, courtesy of the Aloha Region AACA.
The Aloha Region of the Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA) is dedicated to the preservation of all motor vehicles at least 25 years old or older. This year the club will present two themes: American Antique Automobiles and Great European Sports Cars. Some of the American cars will likely include: 1910 Ford Model T, 1929 Ford Model A Roadster, 1930 Ford Model A Phaeton, 1931 Ford Model A Sedan, 1948 Studebaker, 1949 Oldsmobile 88 Woodie, 1950 Dodge Hilo Sampan. Some of the European Sports Cars will include: 1954 Doretti, 1955 Porsche 356 Speedster, 1960 Jaguar XK150, 1962 Austin-Healey 300, 1969 Lotus Elan Plus 2, 1970 Lamborghini Miura, 1971 Pantera, 1972 Ferrari Dino. This display is subject to change without notice due to the age of the vehicles and many of the owners.
Volkswagen Club of Hawaii
Come check out Volkswagen’s from VW Club of Hawaii, Vintage Volkswagen Club of Hawaii, Hawaiian VW Outlaws, Usual Suspects, Westsidse Ka’ahui Braddahood, and 706 Ewa Beach VW Club.
808 Supra Club
Come and check out the 808 Supra Club. Started in the early 2000s has grown and evolved throughout the years. From stock to all out modified from the ground up pushing in excess of 1000+hp.
Sports Car Club of America
The Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) is a National Organization. We have over 55,000 members. Nationally, the club hosts over 2000 events a year, providing Sanction and Insurance for Regional as well as National level events. SCCA Hawaii Region has over 300 regular members. Most members and events are on Oahu, but we also host events on Maui and Kauai.
Cobra Club of Hawaii
The Cobra Club of Hawaii is an informal group of dedicated car enthusiasts who love their thunderous four-wheel tributes to Carroll Shelby. In 1962 Carroll Shelby created a racing legacy by installing a big American Ford V-8 into a small English AC roadster. Right from its debut, the 289 Cobra wreaked havoc on Europe’s seemingly invincible stronghold in racing. And in the mid-60’s the 427 Cobra exploded into the car scene with its a massive big block engine and bulging muscular fenders. It’s this assault on the senses that draws car lovers to Cobras.
Old School Imports Hawaii
To be fair we aren’t a club, Old School Imports Hawaii is more like a community brought together by a similar interest. We enjoy classics imported from JDM to Euro spec, all the different makes and models imported into and for the US. Our goal is to connect the community together and help keep old school going, its about all of us as enthusiasts coming together.
Look for the Mobility Zone in the back right corner of the First Hawaiian International Auto Show. On display you’ll see a variety of accessible vehicles and adaptive driving equipment for your driving freedom & independence.