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April 3, 2023

16 Brands To Display At Manila International Auto Show 2023; Tickets On Sale Now

It’s all systems go for the Manila International Auto Show (MIAS) 2023. With different car displays, launches, and car competitions, MIAS is something car lovers look forward to each year.

Aside from catering to consumers, MIAS is also a platform for different players in the industry. From helping launch new cars to introducing new auto brands to the market, MIAS has become a go-to event to create connections and explore possible business opportunities.

This year’s theme, “Shaping Mobility” highlights the auto industry ecosystem working together to improve private transportation and increase mobility not just in Metro Manila, but throughout the whole country. The automotive industry plays a huge part in improving efficiency and catering to the needs of a growing population in between urbanization in the country.

MIAS 2023 is packed with event highlights from 16 of the biggest automotive brands in the country, mainly: BYD, Changan, Chery Auto, Ford, Foton, GAC Motor, Geely, GWM, Hyundai, JAC Trucks, Jetour, Mitsubishi Motors, MG, Nissan, Peugeot, and Subaru.

Aside from Mobility Marathon, a series of car launches on Day 1, the event sees the return of the Russ Swift Precision Driving Show as well as the Petron Custom and Classic Car Competition. The Test Drive Avenue allows would-be buyers to try out different cars on the spot, while at the Truck Zone, models ideal for logistics and businesses will be displayed. At the registration area, The Die-Cast Collection will be on display, while at the foyer, the Car Club Display will whet the showgoers appetites.

The Manila International Auto Show takes place from April 13 to 16 at the World Trade Center in Pasay City from 10 AM to 9 PM. Tickets are now on-sale via their official website.


  1. Seriously? BYD, Changan, Chery Auto, GAC, GWM, JetouR? Biggest? Nothing wrong with saying few biggest

  2. As we Noticed MIAS becomes the launching pad of Chinese cars invasion. 10 of 16 exhibitors are china companies. I still Love Japanese vehicles.

  3. Japanese and even Korean Car Brands are moving up the market, slowly away from the masa market. Korean cars of a decade ago are now taken over by the Chinese this decade. Same with Japanese brands 2-3 decades ago. In the next decade by the Indians (Maruti, Tata, Mahindra) perhaps? I supposed MIAS attracts such market hence, not many premium cars had joined.

    1. MIAS has always been a "masa" show. Sometimes though, you'd get to see luxury or premium brands joining.

      However, because of the proliferation of Chinese brands at the show, most Japanese/European brands would rather stay away and do their own events.

      The ones that remain are those who're not part of CAMPI or the timing was just right because they were about to launch something important to the market so they decided to join anyway.

    2. Indian vehicle manufacturers prefer focusing on its home market as they've got supply and order backlog issues (hello Mahindra!).
      Korean cars already moved upmarket.
      I remember JMC,Chery and Foton are the Chinese car brands at MIAS 10 to 8 years ago.
      Now they've grown a lot.

  4. Will subaru launch the facelifted evoltis and outback?

  5. Dinumihan lang ng chinese brands yung MIAS. Kaya paka di na sumali yung ibang brands.

  6. I think it is better if they named it China International Motor Show if that is their line up.

  7. if your practical, Go for Chinese brand. Very advance in terms of technology.


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