2017 Malaysia autoshow confirmed
‘We want to utilise both the indoor convention halls for new car launches, display of new cars as well as lifestyle, accessory booths and abundance of outdoor space for visitors to enjoy test drives ,’ said Dato Madani Sahari, chief executive officer, Malaysia Automotive Institute (MAI) and organising chairman.
More than 150 exhibitors from vehicle brands, aftermarket and accessory products will be on display during the event. In addition, other attractions lined up include Malaysia ‘COTY 2017’ (Peoples’ Choice), 4×4 off-road obstacle track, ‘Food Trucks’, lucky draws with attractive prizes and a property exhibition.
A number of complementary programmes on safety, security and environment awareness will be ongoing during the four-day event including Asean NCAP, ‘MAI Safe Car’, ‘MAI Car Care Week’ as well as automotive conferences and forums.