Around 500 exhibitors from 18 countries are once again expecting car fans from all over Europe who are enthusiastic about tuning, racing or classic cars at the Essen Motor Show until December 10. This year, there will also be special shows to celebrate 20 years of Tesla and 75 years of Nascar. Around 150 elaborately tuned private vehicles from the Datsun GX 1200 to the Jaguar XJS will also be presented in Hall 5. And the trend has now also spread to electric cars.
The motorsport industry traditionally celebrates the end of its season in Essen. Exhibitors in Hall 8 include the Automobile Club of Germany, the German Motor Sport Federation with the German Rallycross Championship, the Hockenheimring and the Special
Touring Car Trophy. A new feature is the Show Area with autograph sessions, vehicle presentations and live demonstrations in Hall 4, while classic car enthusiasts will get their money's worth in the Classic & Prestige Salon organized by Siha in Halls 1 and 2. The offer
includes a particularly large number of sporty models in keeping with the Essen Motor Show. This year, there will be a Japan Mile with several Toyota models, a Lagonda M 45 T 7 Open Tourer from 1935 and an Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 Super Sport Cabriolet, built in 1949 and exclusively bodied by Pinin Farina.
In addition, Europe's largest trade fair of its kind offers accessories, spare parts, model cars and accessories. After today's Preview Day, the trade fair will be open on both Saturdays and Sundays from 9 am to 6 pm, as well as Monday to Friday from 10 am. A regular day ticket costs 20 euros (reduced 16 euros). (aum)
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