Bangkok Motor Show is back

Bangkok Motor Show is back

This year's show will have strict Covid-19 preventive measures. (Photos courtesy of Grand Prix International)
This year's show will have strict Covid-19 preventive measures. (Photos courtesy of Grand Prix International)

The Bangkok International Motor Show is back at Impact Challenger Hall 1-3, Muang Thong Thani, from Wednesday until April 4, daily from noon to 10pm on weekdays and 11am to 10pm on weekends and holidays.

Organised under the theme "Shaping The Next Chapter" by Grand Prix International, this is the 42nd edition of what is hailed as one of the best automotive shows in Southeast Asia.

New to this year's show will be the "Smart EV City" zone, which will feature automotive innovations, electric motorcycles and scooters as well as other innovative products and cutting-edge technology to meet the lifestyles of new generation people.

Participating manufacturers include Ford, BMW, Rolls-Royce, Aston Martin, Maserati, Bentley and Volvo. Motorbike stands will include Japanese manufacturers plus Harley-Davidson, KTM and Husqvarna.

There will be intensive Covid-19 preventive measures in place and wider spaces between each booth and the main walkway to reduce congestion.

Visitors are also invited to download the Car Buddy by GPI application, which helps with information about cars, maintenance and roadside assistance as well as offering campaigns and promotions from many car companies.

Running just behind Challenger Hall 1-2 during the same period will be the 12th Bangkok Used Car Show which offers quality Japanese and European cars at reasonable prices from at least 10 second-hand car dealers including Auto Master, High Performance & Supercar, BMW Premium Selection, Yo Ratchada and Target.

Entry fee is 100 baht for the motor show. Visit and

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