Shop for cars at Bitec's Fast Auto Show

Shop for cars at Bitec's Fast Auto Show

(Photo courtesy of Fast Auto Show)
(Photo courtesy of Fast Auto Show)

"Pick The One You Like, Buy The One You Love" is the theme of the Fast Auto Show Thailand 2022, which is running at Bitec Hall 102-104, Bang Na-Trat Road, daily from 10am to 9pm until Sunday.

In this 10th edition, the event features new and used cars, offering a whole new buying experience to meet the desires of those looking for a favourite car.

The new car zone sees a parade of new-release and special edition cars, including gas, plug-in hybrid and electric vehicles from nine leading brands -- Honda, Isuzu, Mazda, MG, Mitsubishi, Subaru, Suzuki, Toyota and Volvo.

All used vehicles come with a 100% buy-back guarantee to ensure buyers that the cars have never been damaged by fire or floods, never had alterations to the body or been in a severe accident; and that they have legal registration.

The exhibition zone features well-loved modification cars from favourite animations like Takumi Fujiwara's AE 86 and Ryosuke Takahashi's RX7 from Initial D and Lightning McQueen from Cars; and Gran Turismo Sports gaming station, which allows e-sport lovers to see what it is like behind the wheel in the digital motorsport world. Also displayed are classic cars and the innovations of the EV ecosystem.

For the first time, the event introduces the Lifestyle zone featuring high-end apps from Dyson and Garmin, and car seats from such brands as Chicco, Graco and Recaro.

There is no admission fee. Visit facebook.com/FASTAUTOSHOW.



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