The Bangkok International Motor Show starts on March 29

This year's theme focuses on technology
by Jason Tulio | Mar 3, 2017


Another year, another Bangkok International Motor Show. The 38th rendition of Thailand’s premier auto show will take place from March 29 to April 9, 2017. The Top Gear PH team will be on the ground once again to bring you up-to-date news about the latest metal on display.

This year’s theme is “Reach to the planet of technology” and the event’s goal is to show the current and ongoing development of automotive technology and innovation.

“On behalf of the organizer, we are confident in the uniqueness of Bangkok Motor Show,” said Dr. Prachin Eamlumnow, the event’s chairman. “In addition to the exhibition of advance automobiles, it also creates an even livelier atmosphere for the Thai auto market. Consumers are being offered an opportunity to make a decision from a wide variety of products in just one event. Therefore the entire automotive industry is promoted and stimulated not just during the show alone but also after the show as well.”

In attendance will be 30 carmakers and 12 motorcycle manufacturers, each with something new or unique to display. There will also be exhibits for car accessories and audio systems. We’ll be reporting live on the launching of more than 10 models like the new Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe, the new BMW 5-Series, and the Porsche Panamera 4S. We’ll also be on the lookout for the facelifted Honda City that was revealed earlier this year, plus the recently refreshed Isuzu MU-X

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