The Malaysian Autoshow Making A Comeback This 4th May At MAEPS

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KS | 25-01-2023 05:00 PM

After a three year hiatus due to the pandemic, The Malaysia Autoshow will make its reappearance this coming 4 to 7 May 2023 at the Malaysia Agro Exposition Park Serdang (MAEPS).

The autoshow which will enter its sixth instalment would be organised by the Malaysia Autmotive, Robotics and IoT Institute (MARii) and feature the latest motoring and automotive exhibitions. Further expanding on this for the first time this year there would also be showcases of important technologies that the Malaysian public can expect to see in the near future.

MARii with its extensive knowledge in the industry promises to curate the exhibition by maximising the potential for both industry players and consumers alike taking into account the consumer sentiment towards technology-consciousness.

The show, themed ‘Mobility Redefined’, would feature all the major car brands and also have new segments such as Malaysia Bike Show, Malaysia EV Show and Charged.

Malaysia Bike Show would showcase a variety ranging from Sports Bikes to Trail Dirt Bikes while the Malaysia EV Show and Charged would be one of the star attractions paying focus on electric vehicles, vehicle charging technology, as well as accessories, parts and digital applications that make up the EV ecosystem.

This year, the Malaysian Autoshow would maintain its experiential format catering to all ages which would include the opportunity to test the latest vehicles at the 3km long test track, learn and experience vehicle technology features and participate in immersive mobility-related indoor and outdoor activities. Throughout the show, various industry talks, exhibitions and sharing sessions would be held which would benefit both exhibitors and the public alike.

According to MARii Chairman, Datuk Phang Ah Tong, “The Malaysia Autoshow 2023 is a testament to the growing variety of options available to consumers and a catalyst for the advancement of electric vehicle (EV) development in Malaysia. This aligns with the government's efforts to support and facilitate the local and international industry players in the development of EV in Malaysia’s automotive scene.” He further added that, “Most importantly, it signifies the government's commitment to showcasing mobility solutions that are increasing in fuel efficiency, safety and security in-line with the National Automotive Policy 2020”.

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