2022 MIAS surpasses attendance target


One of the organizers of the 2022 Manila International Auto Show (MIAS) bared that the event has surpassed its attendance target.


  • How many visitors did the 2022 Manila International Auto Show had?

    Worldbex Services International Managing Director Jill Ang said that the event welcomed 120,000 visitors.
  • How many vehicles were at the event?

    It had 200 four-wheeled vehicles, and over two dozen motorcycles.
  • Worldbex Services International Managing Director Jill Ang said that the four-day onsite event last April 7-10 welcomed some 120,000 visitors during the four-day event amid logistical challenges and restrictions brought about by the pandemic, episodes of rainy weather, and heavy traffic around the area.

    2022 Manila International Auto Show

    “Almost all the car brands reported very high numbers in terms of reservations and inquiries. We look forward to progressing back to normal and holding the 2023 MIAS sometime around April,” Ang added.

    The 2022 MIAS featured more than 200 cars and trucks, over two dozen motorcycles, and more than 100 exhibitors. The total covered area of the 2022 MIAS was about 20,000 square meters, with an additional 7,000 square meters of outdoor space for displays, test drives, and the stunt show.

    In an earlier article, Alvin Uy, one of the event’s co-organizers, told Carmudi Philippines that they are targeting to have at least 100,000 guests for the much-awaited onsite event.

    All-new Subaru BRZ

    Vehicle launches marked the opening day of the 2022 MIAS.

    Chery revealed the all-new Tiggo 8 Pro seven-seater midsize sport utility vehicle, Foton had its all-new Thunder 2.0 pickup, GAC wowed MIAS visitors with the Empow55 sports sedanGeely unveiled the refreshed CoolrayNissan launched the limited-edition Calibre-XSubaru’s all-new BRZ sports car and 2022 Forester drew much attention

    Meanwhile, Changan showcased the new CS35 PlusChevrolet displayed its Tahoe 4x4 Z71, Trailblazer, Tracker, and Chevrolet Camaro RSMorris Garages wowed the crowd with the HS SUV and upgraded MG 5 Core PlusPeugeot showed its full lineup on its first major event under Astara; and Volvo boasted its 2022 Boost Hybrid Range.

    Nissan Calibre-X

    Mutt Motorcycles made its public debut at the event.

    Aftermarket brands and car-vendors highlighted by modified and custom-tuned vehicles were seen at the East Wing of the exhibit, while the outdoor area was utilized as the launch site for test drives and a platform for the Subaru-Russ Swift Stunt Show.

    MIAS co-presenter BPI provided special deals on auto loans for interested buyers who have bought or reserved cars during the show. Petron highlighted its products and services at a specially-constructed “gas station” booth. The fuel company was also the presenter for the MIAS Custom and Classic Car Competition, which was joined by more than 40 entries.

    Method Wheels showed off its specially-equipped vehicles at the MIAS lobby and North Wing. Porsche Design celebrated 50 years of the firm founded by Ferdinand Porsche’s grandson, Butzi Porsche.

    Automobile Association Philippines supported the event with its virtual driving station, and held the latest Driver of the Year Awards.


    Further, Lego displayed the 280-kilogram replica of the Ferrari 512M race car and several iconic vehicles.

    The Manila International Auto Show (MIAS) is organized by Worldbex Services International. For inquiries and concerns, customers may visit https://manilaautoshow.com/  or reach them at +63 8656 9239 and email inquire@worldbexevents.com

    Photos from Paulo Papa, Worldbex Services International, Ruben D. Manahan IV

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