Geneva International Motor Show
The Geneva Motor Show, which originated in the "National Cars and Bicycles" exhibition in 1905, exhibited all the important internal combustion engines in the history of the automotive industry, as well as steam-powered cars. Because the auto show has a pivotal position in the world, car manufacturers often choose to publicly publish their latest research and development technology, super sports cars, concept cars, etc. at the auto show to fight for the focus of the spotlight. When it was officially founded in 1924, it has developed into an international automobile exhibition with 200 exhibits. The Orgexpo Foundation, founded by the government since 1982, hosted the Geneva Motor Show. Since 1931, the exhibition is held every March at the Balesburg International Exhibition Center in Geneva, Switzerland, with a total area of 70,000 square meters. The exhibition is the only annual auto show in Europe to showcase luxury cars and high-performance modified cars.
Founded in 1924, the Geneva Motor Show is the only major auto show held in Europe every year. It is held every March and is the most important exhibition platform for major automakers to launch new products for the first time. It is known as the “International Automobile Trend Vane”. The Geneva Motor Show is held in an indoor exhibition hall with an exhibition area of more than 70,000 square meters. Although it is not large, it is a must for the world famous automobile manufacturers producing luxury cars.