Entire floor space for 2016 motor show sold out

New Delhi, July 16 (IANS) The Society for Indian Automobile Manufactures (SIAM) on Wednesday evening said the entire floor space for the upcoming motor show in February next year has been sold out.

Considered as the largest automotive event in the country, it is jointly organised by the Automotive Component Manufacturers Association of India, Confederation of Indian Industry and SIAM.

“We are delighted to have successfully sold out the space for the upcoming motor show. The event has been giving unique opportunity to both indigenous and international vehicle manufacturers to put forth their upcoming products and technologies on a global platform. This time we expect the show to become bigger, better and more exciting,” SIAM’s director general Vishnu Mathur said in a statement.

The total indoor exhibition area has increased from around 42,000 sqm in 2014 to over 50,000 sqm in 2016, which is almost a 20 percent growth.

“In the 2016 edition, there will be more than 40 vehicle manufacturers including more than 22 passenger and commercial vehicles. More than 18 two and three wheeler manufacturers will display their vehicles including electric vehicles”, the association said.

It will be a comprehensive show with OEMs (original equipment manufacturers) participating across segments to showcase cars, MUVs, SUVs, two wheelers, three wheelers, special vehicles, concept vehicles, commercial vehicles, vintage cars, super cars and motor bikes.

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