CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Kenzie Hendren stood with her feet on the seat and hands on the steering wheel of a 2013 Chrysler Town & Country. Her father, David Hendren, sat in the passenger seat as she played.
It was the 2-and-a-half-year-old's third time visiting the West Virginia International Auto Show.
The two Winfield residents make it a daddy-daughter day every year, he said.
"When we first came she was five months old," Hendren said. "Last year she was walking but leaning on everything. I'd watch as she'd grab the turn signal (and say) 'no, no, no, no.'
"This year she's climbing all through (vehicles)."
The Hendrens were just a couple of the hundreds of people who braved the cold weather to attend the show, held annually at the Charleston Civic Center.
The show features hundreds of vehicles, from high-end exotics, to all-electric vehicles and natural gas vehicles.
For Brian Clay of Beckley, the 2013 Chevy Corvette ZRI coupe was a favorite. Clay has a Corvette already but stopped by to take a look at the new model, which sells for more than $126,000. He even got his picture taken with the vehicle.