Thursday, March 14, 2019

15th Manila International Auto Show Slated from April 4 to 7, 2019


About a month from now, the 15th edition of the Manila International Auto Show or MIAS will open its doors once more at the World Trade Center in Pasay City. Slated for April 4 to 7, 2019, this year’s MIAS will have the theme of “Experience the Fun and Function,” highlighting the two primary reasons that compel people to visit a car show.

This year’s MIAS promises to elevate motor shows to an entertainment experience while also providing an insight and productive look into the latest trends affecting the automotive industry.

Far from your typical car show, MIAS has become known not for its car launches and product displays, but also for its array of pocket events that give everyone the opportunity to bond with their family and friends.

And despite the softening car sales in 2018, organizer Worldbex Services International hopes to top last year’s roster of housing 150 companies with 305 car displays, 34 truck displays, and 12 motorcycle displays.

In addition to the rotating car club displays located at the driveway of the World Trade Center complex, MIAS will once again hold the Classic and Custom Car Competition which will feature over 100 entries. They are also catering to the growing demand for commercial vehicles and large trucks with the Monster Truck Display located at the North Wing side of the venue. On the opposite side of the spectrum, collectors are invited not to miss this year’s Miniature Die-Cast Car Collection Display.

For those who want to try out the latest car models, MIAS will also be conducting test drives outside the venue’s main hall. In addition, precision stunt driver and Guinness World Record Holder Russ Swift returns for more mind-blowing stunt performances.

The 15th Manila International Auto Show is on from Thursday, April 4 to Sunday, April 7, 2019 from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM at the World Trade Center Manila, Pasay City.

1 comment:

  1. Any list of participants in the MIAS? I remember before, there were some car manufacturers (not high end) that did not participate in the event

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