Bigger and better show for 2012
The 33rd edition of the Bangkok International Motor Show will once
again showcase some of the world's latest concept, hybrid and low
emission vehicles as well as various new car debuts at the Challenger
Hall, IMPACT Exhibition Center in Muang Thong Thani in Bangkok Thailand
from March 28 to April 8, 2012.
Realizing the significance of
the Show to the automotive industry, which is trying to recover its
footing after being severely affected by the Tsunami in Japan and the
floods in Thailand, Grand Prix International Group, the organizer of
the Bangkok International Motor Show is revving up the momentum of
activities of the upcoming event for both cars and motorcycles.
Driven by the previous year's astounding success, preparations are already in their final stages as the upcoming show will once again be hosting International automotive brand-names such as BMW, Chevrolet, Ford, Honda, Hyundai, Isuzu, Kia, Lexus, Lotus, Mazda, Mercedes-Benz, MINI, Mitsubishi Motors, Mitsuoka, Nissan, Peugeot, Rolls-Royce, SsangYong, Suzuki, Thairung, Toyota, Volkswagen and Volvo.
From the motorcycle ranks, International and Thai brand-names like Big Bull, BMW, Ducati, Harley-Davidson, Honda, Kawasaki, Modern Bike, Stallions, Suzuki, UDA, Vespa and Yamaha will feature their latest offerings from bling cruisers to the latest sports bikes.
Aside from the displays in the exhibition halls, visitors will also have the opportunity to test drive the latest offerings of the participating brands at the show to help them in their purchase decisions. Aside from that, various festive activities also await them such as automotive auctions, photography competition, music corner, a variety of automotive-themed talk shows and the selection of the Miss Motor Show.
President of Grand Prix International and Chairman of the organizing committee, Dr Prachin Eamlumnow said, "My working team and me would inspire to present this show to be a success, which is not as easy as thought in the present economic situation, everyone in the car, motorcycle and the parts industry needs to combine to elevate the Thai automotive industry to be one of the main industry of the country for the future. Until the present, I’m confident that this 33rd Bangkok International Motor Show will endeavor to overturn the fortunes of the Thai automotive industry again and be the gauge of the Thai economy."
This year we are presenting the focus on "TECHNOLOGY DIFFERENCE", whereby "the aims of Automotive Technology is manufacturing cars to support human needs, to lead the destination. The different technologies in each vehicle always be developing the smart technology to meet the needs of people as possible. Whether it is engines, safety driving and driving performance. And the invention of the innovative technology."
"All mankind always know about every car on behalf of that vehicle which is the same idea. For the difference. Be allocated from each network as technology innovations which meet the needs of human passion in a different car. Bangkok International Motor Show's most innovative automotive technology for humanity. Guarantee the quality of events with the technology difference," added Dr Prachin further.
As a recognized part of the International motor show community, being a member of the OICA, the BIMS will once again play host to world premieres as well as regional premieres of global vehicle models to highlight the show, top-of-the-range cars are also expected to be presented by their respective brands. Ford is expected to debut its new Focus, for the eco-car segment the new Mitsubishi Mirage and a yet unnamed Suzuki will be launched as well. With over 650 new automobiles and motorcycles on display as well as the plethora of automotive products to be offered by aftermarket companies, and various festive activities, the 33rd Bangkok International Motor Show promises to be a great-value, day-out for all the family.