Auto Expo 2018-
Renault Virtual Tour at Auto Expo
Auto Expo 2018: In Conversation With Sachin Tendulkar
Auto Expo 2018: Hyundai i20 Facelift Launched
Auto Expo 2018: Maruti Suzuki Shows Off The Concept Future S
Auto Expo 2018: First Look - Renault's 'The Concept'
Auto Expo 2018: Next Generation Honda Amaze Unveiled
Suzuki Burgman Street, Suzuki GSX-S750 Unveiled
Site & Plan
Ask The Expert
Ask The Expert
Brands & Exhibitors
- Auto Expo 2018: TVS Bikes
- 2018 Toyota Yaris Sedan Photo Gallery
- Maruti Suzuki Baleno RS Photo Gallery
- New BMW X1 Photo Gallery
- Volkswagen Polo GTI Photo Gallery
- Mahindra XUV Aero Concept Photo Gallery
- Mahindra SsangYong Tivoli Photo Gallery
- Toyota Innova Crysta Photo Gallery
- Honda Accord Hybrid Photo Gallery
- BMW 7-Series Photo Gallery
- Auto Expo 2016: Honda BR-V Photo Gallery
- Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza Photo Gallery
Auto Expo - The Motor Show 2018
The 2018 edition of the Auto Expo is around the corner and is set to become a more engaging experience than ever before, considering the crowds that poured in during its 2016 edition. Keeping in mind the response the show has witnessed over the years, SIAM has extended the show by one day and so the Auto Expo 2018 is going to take place between 7th – 14th February 2018 and tickets for the event can be booked at bookmyshow.com.
The Auto Expo held in India finds its place among the top 7 motor shows, globally. The motor show witnesses most of the players of the automotive industry from about 30 nations including China, Germany, Italy, Japan, Korea, South Africa, Singapore, Sweden, Taiwan, United Kingdom, United States of America, etc.
The first ever Indian Auto Expo took place in the year 1986 and was more of a window for technical knowledge transfer as it exhibited how the automakers were absorbing newer technology and promoting home-grown research and development to adapt technology that suited the rugged Indian conditions. This first expo was held at the Pragati Maidan, New Delhi by The Association of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (what we call SIAM today), and ACMA (the Auto Component Manufactures Association of India).
The Auto Expo has, since then, evolved to a modern and more focused Automotive show. What used to be mere a platform for one-to-one interaction has emerged as not only one of the biggest exhibitions anywhere in the country, both in terms of the area occupied and in terms of footfalls, but also one of the major Auto Shows of the world. It’s a week-long biennial show that attracts millions and assures a great deal in the time to come!