Kimatni Rawlins of Automotive Rhythms Hosts 2021 D.C. Auto Show TV

The Show aired across the Mid-Atlantic, on D.C.’s NBC and Telemundo affiliates, plus NBC Sports Washington

 The program featured new vehicles from 7 automakers

TV special is hosted by Kimatni Rawlins of Automotive Rhythms

The Washington, D.C. Auto Show aired a 30-minute television special across three NBC/Telemundo-owned and operated networks in the region recently. The television special featured segments on exciting new vehicles from seven automakers: Acura, General Motors, Hyundai, Lexus, Nissan, Toyota, and Volvo.

The program was hosted by Kimatni Rawlins, founder of Automotive Rhythms, and the host and executive producer of Automotive Rhythms TV. Automotive Rhythms has been a longtime partner of The Washington, D.C. Auto Show, producing the popular ART-of-Motion exhibit. In addition to the showcases from the seven automakers, Rawlins spoke with Genevieve Cullen, president of the Electric Drive Transportation Association. Rawlins and Cullen discussed the exciting new developments in electric vehicles, and what their proliferation means for consumers.

Filmed at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, the Washington, D.C. Auto Show Television Special gave viewers a taste of what they will get to experience in person next year, when the Auto Show once again welcomes guests to downtown D.C. The 2022 Washington, D.C. Auto Show will open to the public for 10 days, from January 21-30, 2022, and more details on the event will be announced in the coming months.

The television special aired five times on Washington-area over-the-air broadcasters, and twice on the region’s NBC Sports cable affiliate: Telemundo 44 (WZDC), NBC Sports Washington, NBC 4 (WRC).

The Washington, D.C. Auto Show extends its sincere thanks to all those who are participating in this event, along with EventsDC, who allowed the use of the Convention Center to film this program.


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