No definitive end yet
The Brussels Motor Show will not take place physically next year. This has been announced by organizer Febiac.
This year, for the first time in years, the Brussels Motor Show could finally take place again. The Heysel Palaces of Brussels Expo once again offered space to numerous car brands to show their latest models and, of course, the necessary trade was also conducted. Unfortunately, next year we will have to do without a physical Brussels Motor Show again. Febiac states in an official statement: “Febiac has always strived to offer visitors a quality and representative experience. Because the conditions were not met, the board concluded that continuation of the procedures for 2024 is not desirable.”
The director of the Brussels Motor Show indicates, according to various Belgian media, that the cancellation of importer D’Ieteren was the deciding factor. Without that local equivalent of Pon, with the brands of the Volkswagen Group in its portfolio, ‘Het Salon’ would not be representative enough at the fair. Febiac only speaks of canceling the physical fair for the time being, so there may be an online alternative. Nor is it certain whether this means the final end of the Brussels Motor Show as we know it.
– Thanks for information from Autoweek.nl
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