The Singapore Motorshow is back for the fifth year in a row at the Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre from January 10 to 13, 2019. Beyond showcasing the latest cars and technologies, Singapore’s largest annual motoring event will entertain visitors with a variety of activities and be a fun-filled family experience.
Singapore Motorshow 2019 will showcase 31 automotive brands displaying more than 100 cars, and it will be held across Levels 3 and 4 of the Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre. It is presented by the Motor Traders Association of Singapore (MTA) in partnership with Mediacorp.
Visitors can look forward to offerings from new participants like Alpine, Ducati and Jeep, as well as other familiar participants from past Motorshows. In addition, there will be exhibitors showcasing automotive accessories, lifestyle products and services for attendees to experience.
“In our fifth consecutive year, we are glad we still continue to attract new partners and brands on board. With more than 25 brands launching new models this year, there will be a lot more to see and experience for all who attend. To add to the excitement, we are giving out a Subaru Impreza 2.0 i-S 5-door as the grand prize for the lucky draw. As with all editions of the Motorshow, visitors can expect new products, great activities and even better giveaways,” said Mr Glenn Tan, President of MTA.
Irene Lim, Mediacorp Chief Customer Officer said, “We are proud to partner with Motor Traders Association of Singapore (MTA) in presenting the Singapore Motorshow 2019 at Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre. In January 2019, car enthusiasts will be in for a treat and literally spoilt for choice as they get to preview 31 automotive brands, new model launches and stunt performances. There’ll be a Mediacorp booth where the public can meet their favourite Mediacorp artistes and deejays. It will be a fun-filled outing for the entire family.”
Sponsored by Subaru, three-time Guinness World Record holder and British precision driver, Russ Swift, will also be back by popular demand to showcase his driving skills. Visitors will be entertained throughout the 45-minute shows, which take place at least four times a day; except for the final day of the Motorshow, which will only have three shows. Tickets are free-of-charge and will be given out on a first come, first served basis.