Here's why Bimmer fans shouldn't miss MIAS 2018

Check out the M1, the all-new X3, and more
by Jason Tulio | Apr 5, 2018


If you're a BMW fan, then the German marque's exhibit at this year's Manila International Auto Show (MIAS) is sure to tickle your fancy. 

SMC Asia Car Distributors Corporation (SMCACDC), the country's exclusive distributor of BMW vehicles, is showcasing some of its finest cars right now at the World Trade Center. The display floor includes the all-new X3, the M2, and the 4-Series Gran Coupé. The two-wheelers on show are the the S 1000 RR superbike, G 310 R, and the first-ever G 310 GS.

There are also two rare cars taking center stage. First, there's the supercar from the '70s and '80s known as the M1, of which only one unit resides in the Philippines. Second is one of 200 units of the BMW M4 DTM Champion Edition, which is adorned in classic Bimmer motorsport colors. 

“Under the theme ‘Work and Play,’ we are proud to host an especially curated exhibit of some of the best models from BMW at the Manila International Auto Show 2018,” says SMCACDC president Maricar Parco. “The models that we will present truly embody not only this year’s concept, but also our promise of ‘Sheer Driving Pleasure’ in every journey.”

If you want to see the M1 or any of the other cars up close, drop by the BMW booth before the show ends on April 8. 






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Find exhibitors, check event schedules, and win special prizes from MIAS via the motor show's chatbot at https://m.me/TopGearPh?ref=MIAS

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