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Auto Shanghai (Chinese: 上海国际汽车展), officially known as the Shanghai International Automobile Industry Exhibition (Chinese: 上海国际汽车工业展览会), is a biennial international automobile show that alternates with the Beijing Auto Show (Auto China) as China's yearly international automotive exhibition.[1] First held in 1985, Auto Shanghai is the nation's oldest auto exhibition, and is considered as an important major international auto show.[2]

Shanghai International Automobile Industry Exhibition
上海国际汽车工业展览会
The 2009 Shanghai International Auto Show.jpg
Auto Shanghai 2009
StatusActive
GenreAuto show
FrequencyBiennial
VenueNational Center for Exhibition and Convention (Shanghai)
CountryChina
Years active1985–present
Websiteauto-shanghai.expopromoter.com

Due to the greatly expanding presence of foreign brands in the Chinese markets, Auto Shanghai has become one of the premier international auto shows alongside Detroit, Frankfurt, Paris and Tokyo, and was also the first Chinese auto show to join the Union des Foires Internationales (UFI). Since 2015, the show is hosted at the National Center for Exhibition and Convention, located next to the Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport.

2019Edit

The 2019 show is planned from 16 April to 25 April.

  • 16–17 April — Press day
  • 18–25 April — Open to the public

IntroductionsEdit

2017Edit

The 2017 show ran from 19 April to 28 April.

  • 19–20 April — Press & VIPs preview
  • 21–23 April — Trade visitors preview
  • 24–28 April — Open to the public

IntroductionsEdit

2015Edit

IntroductionsEdit

2013Edit

IntroductionsEdit

2011Edit

IntroductionsEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "'Technology and Nature in Harmony' – The 12th International Automobile & Manufacturing Technology Exhibition Reaches its Peak Next Spring – SHANGHAI, China, Nov. 21 /Xinhua-PRNewswire".
  2. ^ "Shanghai Motor Show 2005 – Highlights". Archived from the original on 22 January 2008.
  3. ^ Gnaticov, Christian (19 April 2017). "Kia Pegas Compact Sedan And K2 Cross Are Tailored For Chinese Customers". Carscoops. Retrieved 20 April 2017.

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