If you’re a morning person and live around a major city, chances are you’ve got some sort of Cars and Coffee weekend meet going on, but as we recently saw in a video released by Chevy, these events are much more than just a morning gathering over a cup of Joe for Chevy owners. It’s a time to meet new friends as well as reunite with old ones. It’s also a great place for enthusiasts to get together and discuss generations of Camaros, Corvettes and everything in between. Check out the video above to see just what the Chevy representation is like at the Cars and Coffee Austin, Texas events.
Held at The Oasis on Travis Lake every Sunday throughout the summer (weather permitting) from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m., Cars and Coffee Austin serves as a great opportunity for car enthusiasts of all kinds to gather to discuss their vehicles. But Chevy fans take it one step further, using the weekly event as an opportunity to explore new cars, enjoy others’ projects and gather ideas for their own upgrades. Whether you’re into the old Chevy muscle and sports cars or something a bit more modern, Cars and Coffee Austin is the place to be.
Fortunately for those not in the Austin area, there are events like this in practically every inhabited spot in America, including weekend morning gatherings in Irvine, California, Las Vegas, Scottsdale, Arizona, Denver, Colorado, Detroit, Michigan and Charlotte, North Carolina. For more information on the Cars and Coffee event closest to you, be sure to visit the organization’s website. And while you’re there, why not connect with fellow Chevy fans on the Cars and Coffee forum?