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Take a look at the floor plan of this year's Manila International Auto Show

The exhibit hall of this year’s Manila International Auto Show can be daunting when you first walk through its doors.

With the number of attendees expected to hover around the hundred-thousand mark, it could be a bit challenging to navigate the crowded halls of the World Trade Center during the four-day weekend show (April 9-12). Last year, on its 10th year anniversary, MIAS was held in over three hectares of indoor and outdoor exhibit floor areas.

To help you get started at MIAS 2015, here’s a floor plan of this year’s largest automotive show.

As expected, Ford will be taking up a pretty big plot of the floor to showcase their new rides. But the distinction of having the biggest stage this year belongs to Mazda, which will be showing up in its largest space yet to display 11 vehicles, including new and upgraded models. India’s Tata Motors is already on its second year at MIAS, and is once again taking a respectable share of the floor.

The rest of the automotive exhibitors include Subaru, Chevrolet, BMW, Volkswagen, Autohub, Foton, Kia, Mitsubishi, BYD and Toyota. With all the new metal to look at this year, don't forget to wear comfortable shoes.

PS: Don't forget to check out the Top Gear Philippines booth at the lobby!

 

Take a look at the floor plan of the 2015 Manila International Auto Show