According to the event organizers, the 2022 Brussels Motor Show was canceled due to the worsening coronavirus situation in Belgium and the expected announcement of tightening regulations on Covid-19 in the country.
The show was scheduled to enter 99 years from the start of January, but can now be rescheduled in January 2023.
Andreas Clemmer of the Belgian Motorcycle and Automobile Federation (FEBIAC) said:
The statement also stated that the reorganized show was aimed at celebrating the 100th anniversary of the exhibition. NS Future announcements are coming soon.
The event has been confirmed to be supported by the launch of a new digital platform to answer questions from drivers and bikers.
The Brussels Motor Show, a smaller event than the ones in Munich and Geneva, is held every two years and was first held in 1902.
The 2022 event was expected to attract many automakers and was scheduled to take place from January 15th to January 23rd. In 2019, the Range Rover Evoc, Ford Mondeo Hybrid and Hyundai i40 facelifts will be unveiled at the show, with European debuts such as the Mazda3, Volvo S60, BMW S70 and 992 generation Porsche 911. It was done.
2022 Brussels Motor Show relocated due to pandemic
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