Malaysia Autoshow 2024 Returns With Bigger, Greener Experience

The Malaysia Autoshow 2024 (MAS 2024) is set to make a grand return from May 21st to 26th, 2024, at the Malaysia Agro Exposition Park Serdang (MAEPS), featuring an expanded experience that includes the adjacent IOI City Mall.

The event’s soft launch was officiated by Minister of Investment, Trade, and Industry, YB Senator Tengku Datuk Seri Utama Zafrul Tengku Abdul Aziz.

Organised by the Malaysia Automotive, Robotics, and IoT Institute (MARii), MAS 2024 aims to continue its tradition of showcasing the latest vehicles in the market, including both Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) and Electric Vehicles (EV). The exhibition space will grow from 30,000 to an impressive 40,000 square meters.

YB Senator Tengku Datuk Seri Utama Zafrul Tengku Abdul Aziz highlighted the event’s alignment with the National Automotive Policy (NAP2020), emphasising the importance of Next Generation Vehicles (NxGV) and EVs for a sustainable automotive industry.

The four halls (A, A1, A2, and B) will exhibit the latest vehicles, emphasizing energy-efficient models. Halls C and D will showcase a wide range of 2-wheeler lifestyle options, including both ICE and electric bikes.

A significant addition to this year’s Autoshow is the expansion to IOI City Mall in Putrajaya, enhancing overall traffic flow and providing more exhibition space. Visitors can choose between parking at MAEPS or IOI City Mall, with a free shuttle service available.

CEO of MARii, Azrul Reza Aziz, expressed anticipation for Malaysia Autoshow 2024 to be a milestone event with significant expansion, allowing more room for innovation and excitement.

The event is expected to attract 250,000 visitors, offering various experiences such as test drive routes, vehicle accessories displays, family entertainment, and the International Auto Gourmet Festival.

The Malaysia Autoshow 2023 marked potential sales of RM 1 billion, attracting nearly 200,000 visitors and featuring nine new car and bike launches across 30 car brands and 50 bike brands.

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