Annually the international auto show – the Geneva Motor Show – takes place in March, in Geneva, Switzerland. It is held in a conference centre that is situated near the International Airport of the city and is called the Geneva Palexpo. For the whole city this event is seen as the most essential show connected with cars in the world. Each year the Organisation Internationale des Constructeurs d’Automobiles organizes the exhibition.
Salon International de L’automobile (the French name of the show) was organized in 1905 for the first time. The Geneva Motor Show is considered to be a special exhibition of different extraordinary and old vehicles which we still remember from the history of the automotive industry such as cars with internal combustion engines and even steam- and gasoline-powered automobiles which were popular at the beginning of the 20th century. Extraordinary supercars often attract more visitors’ attention. At the show its representatives announce important technical achievements, the development of new equipment and car-prototypes, discussions in political and social spheres and strengthening of international partnerships. As is known, the country lacks the car industry so this event aims at attracting automakers around the world.
Areas of the Geneva Motor Show
3 and more wheel light cars
Electromobiles and alternative powered vehicles
Designs and types of motor cars’ bodyworks, their development
Light vehicles’ parts and exclusive accessories
New equipment manufacturers
Workshops how to carry out motor cars’ repair and maintenance
Versatile services and products connected with the sphere of engineering