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Doors open on May 26, 10am at the SMX Convention Center in Pasay City
It was good seeing nice cars again
Among the first casualties of the COVID-19 pandemic was physical events like motor shows. And while it was understandable not to hold human gatherings in enclosed spaces, we still missed the vibe and atmosphere of a car show. As vaccination rates
Due to direct and indirect issues relating to the COVID-19 pandemic
For the third year in a row, the Geneva International Motor Show (GIMS) has been canceled due to COVID-19. The next iteration of GIMS was supposed to happen in February 2022, following last year's announcement.The event organizers' decision to
The industry is definitely going electric
Last week, Munich played host to its first major motor show since COVID-19 hit. And from what we saw, the realization that there's been a big gear change in the industry was incredibly apparent.To give it its official 'IAA
There were also 27,868 vehicles sold during the week-long show
The 42nd Bangkok International Motor Show (BIMS) has just concluded, and suffice to say, the exhibition was a success this year. More than 1.34 million people attended the week-long festivities, and more than 27,868 vehicles were sold at the
In the same massive venue and with the same strict safety protocols observed
It's official: The 42nd Bangkok International Motor Show (BIMS) is happening from March 24 to April 1. Similar to last year's festivities, the event will be held at a large venue and strict safety protocols will be observed.According to
The event organizers are now also looking to sell the show’s assets
After weeks of speculation, we finally have confirmation about the 2021 Geneva International Motor Show (GIMS), and it's not good news. The event's organizers have officially announced that the next iteration of the show won't take place until 2022.
It will be co-located with the Manila Auto Salon and the Sport Truck Show
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has caused the postponement of multiple motor shows in Metro Manila already, one of which is the Trans Sport Show.This year's staging was supposed to be held in the third week of May. However, in
You can get your regular dose of motor-show goodness here
The COVID-19 outbreak has already canceled motor shows the world over. Here in the Philippines, the Manila International Auto Show has been postponed indefinitely.That said, we can still get our dose of motor-show goodness because Volkswagen is giving a
All in the name of safety
Earlier this month, it was announced that this year's Beijing Motor Show would be postponed in light of the recent coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Now, the epidemic has caused the cancellation of yet another upcoming motor show, this time on the
A very eclectic mix of vehicles
Here's the big-and, if the comments are anything to go by, controversial-car from the show: the Ford Mustang Mach-E electric SUV. The opinion-splitting five-door crossover is Ford's new all-electric car, and some people have
Armored vehicles, a massive Chinese limo, and a load of classic supercars
Remember this? Clamshell-roofed supercar gets a home motor show spot. It's built in Dubai, after all, and gets a Nissan V6. Nice.Don't see these very often, right? This one's been tuned by Fab Design, because of course.
Has it really been that long since the event was first held?
It's hard to believe that the Tokyo Motor Show has been held since 1954. During that year, of the 267 vehicles exhibited at the event, only 17 were passenger cars. This was because of the high demand for commercial-use vehicles
Less than a month away
Wagon fans rejoice: Subaru is giving the world a preview of the next-generation Levorg at the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show (TMS).Before you get too excited though, the Japanese car manufacturer is not revealing the actual car at its display this
E-power goes mainstream
Electric cars aren't the next big thing anymore-they are the big thing as we speak. We're well on our way to moving past the point of concepts and ideas, and entering the realm of mass-market viability. We don'
This year saw some pretty big reveals
The Singapore Motorshow may only be in its fifth year, but it's already looking just as established as some longer-running automotive events in the region. Need proof? Just check out all the head-turning displays and reveals at this year'
A full-motion driving simulator awaits
Make some noise because we're only one day away from the opening of the 2018 CAMPI Philippine International Motor Show (PIMS) at the World Trade Center Metro Manila in Pasay City. This massive event, hosted by the Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers
Yes, it’s a bit of a stretch
The 2018 Philippine International Motor Show is almost upon us, and if you still haven't cleared October 24 to 28 on your calendar, you had better get to it.As always, the biennial motoring event is bringing in something for everyone.
It’s going to be one hell of a show
There's one week left until the 2018 Philippine International Motor Show. Seven days until we can check out the newest cars, coolest concepts, and latest trends in the local auto scene. But if you can't wait until the event opens
A good thing or a bad thing?
While a handful of concept vehicles unveiled at motor shows never make it to production, many of them come back to auto exhibitions ready to take on the market. Case in point: the Lexus LC500. Launched in the Philippine market in 2017,
It may be small, but it packs a few surprises
The 2018 Singapore Motorshow at Suntec Exhibition Center may well be a preview of what cars will be arriving in the Philippines-eventually. If you have a sharp eye, you can probably name a few of the models that are highlighted in
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