Belgrade Car Show and Motopassion from 21 to 27 March 2024

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There are no unknowns when it comes to holding the DDOR BG Car Show 08 and the 16th Motopassion International Motorcycle Fair. This unique fair manifestation and the most significant annual event in Southeast Europe’s automotive and motorcycle industry sector will be held at the Belgrade Fair in the traditional spring term from March 21 to 27, 2024.

For the eighth time in this fair format, exhibitors and visitors will be able to see for themselves the importance of sustainability and technological progress in the automotive and motorcycle industry, as well as to explore a wide range of vehicles and a variety of engines, including electric cars, hybrids and those with classic engines, and to get to know with the latest trends and learn more about the future of mobility.

According to the announcements of the participants and organizers, about thirty car brands and as many motorcycle brands will be presented in the fair halls. About 40 new models are expected in the auto sector and more than that number in the motorcycle sector. The Serbian Association of Vehicles and Parts Importers, which gathers all potential exhibitors at the fair, has also announced for this fair the presentation of all new models from all brands represented on our market, the latest achievements of the entire auto-moto industry and the most diverse possible range of performance, design, technical and technological innovative solutions in all sectors of this industry. It is about new technologies that are current in the auto industry today and those that will be in the near future.


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The fact that the global trade fair industry concerning the automotive sector is still recovering from the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic also speaks of the potential and impact of an event such as the BG Car Show. In comparison, relatively few car fairs will be organized under the auspices of OICA this year – Washington and Geneva before Belgrade, then Bangkok, Birmingham, Milan-Monza, Hanover (commercial and transport vehicles), Paris and Sofia after. Although it is not under the OICA umbrella, being in such a company for the BG Car Show means prestige and praise for the organizers.

At this fair, the spotlight will be on electric vehicles, their performance, autonomy, the advantages of this technology, charging infrastructure, subsidies, and sustainability. The focus is also on hybrid vehicles, which combine traditional engines and electric drive, and technologies that reduce emissions and save fuel, providing an optimal balance between efficiency and performance. It also includes an exclusive selection of classic cars with improved features, from the latest models of sports cars to luxury sedans. These cars continue to offer top performance and innovative technologies tailored to traditional motor enthusiasts.

We should not forget the increasing interest of both visitors and exhibitors in the sector of the supporting automotive industry, garage-service equipment, spare parts, both standard and universal equipment, and compatible and supporting equipment for environmentally advanced vehicles. An updated, innovative selection of chargers for electric vehicles and solar modules for use in the auto industry and other appropriate infrastructure is also expected.

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Exactly the same fair enthusiasm and development logic prevails on the occasion of the Motorcycle Fair – Motopassion, especially because the sale of motorcycles, quads and scooters grows from year to year at a rate of as much as thirty per cent.

The most visible fair participants list includes banks, leasing and insurance companies, professional organizations, clubs, associations and specialized media. Visitors will be offered a rich accompanying professional program, which is full of informative, educational and entertaining content, competitive activities, test drives and other benefits for both exhibitors and visitors.

The BG Car Show was organized as a biennial exhibition and sales event for the first time in 2006 as part of the rearrangement of fairs under the auspices of the OICA, and the traditional International Car Show switched to a biennial rhythm. The BG Car Show has more than successfully replaced the Salon in the years when it was dormant, both in terms of the wealth of content and the interest of exhibitors and visitors.

Source: Belgrade Fair