The Electric Motor Show, or Moottorikelkka as it is referred to in Finland, is an event that exhibits a variety of motor industry related products such as electrical parts, performance enhancing systems, service related products and special equipment. It attracts manufacturers, importers and exporters, and most visitors to the show are trade visitors, specializing in repairs, disposal, design refinement, accessories and automotive services. Exhibitors at the Electric Motor Show 2010 will have a variety of products on display, everything from lubricants and batteries, to designs and paint.
For more information in regard to the Electric Motor Show, contact the Helsinki Exhibition and Convention Centre or the organizers, The Finnish Fair Co-operation.
Date: 6 – 8 November 2010
Venue: Helsinki Exhibition and Convention Centre
The Geneva International Motor Show will be hosted for the 80th year, and motoring enthusiasts will not want to miss out on this event. With approximately a hundred cars on display, from all over the world, visitors will be able to marvel at the cars of tomorrow. Many of the cars fall under the eco-friendly category, being electric or promoting technology that uses alternative power sources. With more than thirty countries participating, the Geneva International Motor Show will feature 250 exhibitors, spread out across an area of 78 thousand square meters.
Exhibitors will also be displaying the latest products and technology available in the motoring industry, and more information in regard to the show and ticket prices, can be found on the website, at http://www.salon-auto.ch/en/pratiques/horaires/opening-hours-5-67.
Date: 4 – 14 March 2010
Venue: Geneva Palexpo
The 2009 Armidale Motor Show is gearing up to be an event that motoring enthusiasts should not miss out on. There is something for everyone at the show and will feature a range of vehicles of various shapes and colors such as vintage vehicles, street machines and hotrods, but there will also be motorcycles and trucks to marvel at. Food stalls and vendors will offer their latest products at show prices and is the ideal opportunity to shop for a few wanted accessories. The Show will open at 9 am and continue through the day till 4 pm.
For more information about the show and its exhibitors, contact Trent Hamel at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 0404 869 869.
Date: 26 September 2009
Venue: Armidale Racecourse
City: Armidale, New South Wales
If you are a PlayStation 3 enthusiast with superior Gran Turismo 5 skills and approximately $2 million lying around in the bank, then Citroen are the people you want to warm up to. Last year, at the Paris Motor Show, crowds went wild as the GT by Citroen concept car was revealed to the world. A car so slick, luxurious and sporty, that what PlayStation fans could only dream about was designed, built and displayed. A virtual vehicle had become reality, and this year Citroen have stepped it up by revealing that this magnificent vehicle was going into production for six vehicles only.
The joint venture between Citroen and Polyphony Digital has created great excitement in the auto industry and motoring fans, who are thrilled that a production version is being made of the GT by Citroen and cannot wait to see it. The task of bringing a realistic and workable design of the vehicle seen in the game to life fell to Takumi Yamamoto. Yamamoto, a Japanese designer on the Style Citroen design team, created a vehicle that is as close to the version seen on the game as possible, leading to a glamorous and dangerous looking vehicle that screams power. Many features of the vehicles and accessories seen in the games created by Polyphony Digital, have made their way from the game to the real world, and the Japanese company is also the leader in developing racing simulations.
The exact specifications on the vehicle have not been released as yet, but it is known that the GT by Citroen will weigh 1 400 kilograms and will have a power output of 780bhp. Exactly what will be going under the hood to produce the power of this magnificent production vehicle is still to be decided, but one thing is certain, and that is that the unveiling of the GT by Citroen at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September is going to be a massive crowd pleaser and draw to the show. With only six limited additions up for grabs, many motoring collectors will truly be disappointed if they don’t get their hands on one of these GTs.
Thousands of motoring enthusiasts looks forward to the annual Classic Motor Show, which will be hosted from the 13th to the 15th of November this year. With more than a thousand vehicles to marvel at, traders, product and services exhibitors, live stages and a host of other entertaining activities, the Classic Motor Show is definitely the place to be. Rides, workshops and the chance to run into a celebrity are a few more reasons to attend the Classic Motor Show.
From exhibitions to entertainment, the Classic Motor Show has it all. For more details regarding this wonderful vehicle extravaganza, visit the official show website at http://www.necclassicmotorshow.com/ .
Date: 13 – 15 November 2009
Venue: NEC Birmingham
Country: United Kingdom