The Toronto auto show is offering an eSport Forza 7 contest that will give show-goers the chance to win over $10,000 in cash and prizes. If you want to drive real cars not virtual ones, ten automakers will let you test out the electrified offerings. Plus there will also be more exotics on display than ever before.

eSport Gaming will come to the Canadian International Auto Show for the first time this year. The competition is open to anyone with a show ticket. If you want to try your hand at turning the fastest lap, the competition will have a daily King of the Track format. Gamers will drive the track of the day in Forza Motorsport 7 on Xbox, playing by using one of a selected group of BMW vehicles. The quickest driver each day will get a call back to the Grand Finale on February 25th for a chance at the prizes.

If you can't make the show, the event will be live streamed on the show's website.

The show's Auto Exotica display of exotic cars is set to top last year's $100 million display. Cars from Lamborghini, McLaren, Bugatti, Aston Martin, Koenigsegg, and more will be on display. It is the most valuable collection of cars on display in the country.

Eight EV manufacturers, including Nissan, BMW, Fiat-Chrysler, Honda, Mercedes, Mitsubishi, Hyundai and Volvo will have electric vehicles on display in the EVolution Zone. Those plus GM and Ford will have test drives of EVs including the new Nissan Leaf, BMW i3, Honda Clarity, Chevrolet Bolt, and Ford Focus EV.

The Toronto show will also have displays marking 50 years of the iconic Hot Wheels toy cars as well as 70 years of Porsche, which will have a selection of significant Porsches.

The Canadian International Auto Show runs February 16th through the 26th, at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.