Singapore – Held from the 9th till 12th January, the 2020 Singapore Motorshow kicked off once again at Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre. More than 52,000 guests visited the country's largest annual motoring event, with over 100 vehicles from 36 brands split across two halls, as well as 20 vehicle unveilings, this year's event showcased some of the best of in automotive innovation, alongside a variety of activities and fun-filled family experiences.
Marques present includes Audi, BMW, BYD, Ducati, Hyundai, Jaguar, KIA, Land Rover, Lexus, MG, Maserati, Mazda, Mini, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Peugeot, Porsche, Škoda, Subaru, Toyota, Volkswagen and Volvo. Car buyers can look forward to exclusive automotive deals, with more than 100 vehicles on display from 36 brands, as well as aftermarket exhibitors showcasing their automotive accessories, lifestyle products and services.
There were also special appearances by Mediacorp celebrities such as Shaun Chen, Paige Chua, Romeo Tan, Felicia Chin, Bonnie Loo and Ayden Sng, as well as artistes and radio deejays from CLASS 95, GOLD 905, YES 933 and LOVE 972.
“With over 35 brands on display, precision stunt driving performances and a brand-new Subaru XV for a lucky visitor, the Singapore Motorshow 2020 is something that the whole family can look forward to,” said Mr Glenn Tan, President of the Motor Traders Association of Singapore. “Every year we try to create exciting new experiences for our visitors. Even as we enter our sixth year, we are still growing, with two halls and more exhibitors. This shows that people in Singapore still look forward to this as the main automotive event of the year.”
Ms Irene Lim, Chief Customer Officer, Mediacorp said, “We are delighted to partner MTA for the sixth time in staging the Singapore Motorshow. Every year we shift the show up a gear - in 2020, we’ll be creating more reasons for car enthusiasts and their families to visit, with brands taking the wraps off of a range of models that follow exciting industry trends, more celebrity appearances and a fun-filled weekend carnival. So, whether you’re in the market for a new car, just looking or going on a weekend outing, make a date with the Singapore Motorshow and take the opportunity to see what automakers have to offer and where the industry is headed.”
The 2020 Singapore Motorshow is presented by the Motor Traders Association of Singapore (MTA), in partnership with Mediacorp and in collaboration with official sponsors AIG Asia Pacific Insurance Pte. Ltd (Official Insurer), HL Bank (Official Bank) and Shell (Official Automotive Lubricants & Fuel). The Singapore Motorshow 2020 is also sponsored by the Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association (JAMA).