Manila International Auto Show is setting gears into motion this April

2022 MIAS

 The Manila International Auto Show (MIAS) will be returning as an on-ground auto show in 2022, allowing everyone to enjoy the real-life experiences that only an on-site auto show can offer.

KEY TAKEAWAYS

  • What can be enjoyed at the 2022 Manila International Auto Show?

    The public can again watch three-time Guinness World Record holder Russ Swift’s stunt show, see the classic, custom-built and newly-launched cars in the metal, enjoy die-cast and car club exhibits as well as test drive the vehicles provided by automotive distributors.
  • When is the 2022 MIAS?

    It is slated from April 7-10.
  • On April 7-10, visitors will again see the different car models that companies will be exhibiting at the event. The highly-anticipated event will be held at the World Trade Center.

    2022 Manila International Auto Show

    Unlike in 2020 when the annual auto show was held online, the 2022 MIAS will again allow visitors to experience the following:

    • Watch the jaw-dropping stunt show by the three-time Guinness World Record holder Russ Swift
    • See the MIAS Classic and Custom Car Competition
    • Enjoy the die-cast and car club exhibits
    • Test drive vehicles
    • Feast on the latest vehicle launches that will be showcased at the event.

    Those who would like to be at the event may get their MIAS tickets here: https://register.worldbexevents.com/

    For inquiries and concerns, the public may reach Worldbex Services International at (02) 8656-92-39 or at inquire@worldbexevents.com

    For more updates, customers are encouraged  to check the company website (https://manilaautoshow.com/home/) as well as its official Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/ManilaInternationalAutoShow) and Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/mias.ph/?hl) accounts.

    Earlier, MIAS co-organizer Alvin Uy said that for the upcoming event, they are targeting substantial figures for both presenters and visitors.

    “In 2019, we had over 200 companies who joined — including car manufacturers and distributors. This year, we hope to achieve at least 80 to 90 percent of the 2019 figures. As to the visitors, we had over 142,000 visitors that year. We are targeting at least 70-percent of it, or about 100,000 visitors,” Uy told Carmudi Philippines.

    Photos from Manila International Auto Show

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