The 2016 Cleveland Auto Show is underway at the I-X Center in Cleveland. The show opened to the public Friday night and continues through March 6.

The annual show, which dates back to 1903, historically kicks off the spring selling season at new vehicle dealerships in the region.

This year’s show features concept, pre-production and production vehicles, a classic car auction, the chance to test-drive vehicles, and a variety of entertainment and local sports celebrity appearances.

There are 11 brands providing Ride-N-Drive events for showgoers. Camp Jeep and Ram Truck have indoor rides.

There will be appearances during the week by Cleveland Browns players Donte Whitner and Brian Hartline, new Browns coach Hue Jackson, retired Browns quarterback Bernie Kosar, and Cleveland Cavaliers players Kevin Love and Matthew Dellavedova.

The show’s Millionaire’s Row includes an Aston Martin Vulcan that may be worth as much as $3.4 million, plus an Aston Martin Vanquish, Maserati Gran Turismo, McLaren 570S and two Rolls-Royces.

The Rubber City Classic Car Auction will be March 5 from 2:30 p.m. to approximately 4:30 p.m. in the South Hall of the I-X Center.

Bidder registration is $50, which includes two tickets to the Cleveland Auto Show as well as VIP seating for the auction.

Vehicles selected for the auction will be on display during the auto show.