According to the organizing committee, 14 car brands have confirmed their participation and will exhibit their latest models at the Vietnam Motor Show 2022 – (VMS 2022), scheduled for 26-30. October at the Saigon International Conference and Exhibition Center in Ho Chi Minh City, after a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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|VAMA President Brad Kelly at the press conference introducing the Vietnam Motor Show 2022.|
According to the organizing committee, 14 car brands have confirmed their participation and will exhibit their latest models at the Vietnam Motor Show 2022 – (VMS 2022), scheduled for 26-30. October at the Saigon International Conference and Exhibition Center in Ho Chi Minh City, after a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This is information given by the organizers of the Vietnam Motor Show 2022 during a press briefing organized on September 15 in Ho Chi Minh City for the presentation of the event.
Fourteen car manufacturers have signed up to participate in the show, including Audi, Honda, Jeep, Mercedes-Benz, Lexus, Mitsubishi, MG, Subaru, Toyota, Volkswagen, Volvo… Currently, the list of participating brands continues to grow. , with well-known and prestigious names.
Latest car models
During the exhibition, each car brand will exhibit exceptional models equipped with cutting-edge technologies. The differences and special characteristics of each brand promise to offer visitors, partners and companies – domestic and foreign – different and unique experiences.
In particular, the Vietnam Motor Show 2022 will provide the opportunity to discover the Audi e-tron GT quattro, which is considered the most powerful car in the world (World Performance Car of the Year 2022) and the best German luxury car of the year 2022 (German Luxury Car of the Year 2022); Brabus B50 super sedan produced on the basis of Mercedes-Benz S 500 4MATIC and Brabus G800 models – the most attractive representative of the product line developed from the G-Class prototype; the all-new Jeep Grand Cherokee; The Lexus LF-Z electric car model, which represents a new chapter of the brand developed on a completely new electric platform that combines electronic control and artificial intelligence; Mercedes EQS, the main product line in the luxury electric car segment; the latest series of hybrid cars from Toyota,…
|Press conference introducing the Vietnam Motor Show 2022.|
VMS 2022 will also see the presence of DatBike, a brand of electric motorcycles “made in Vietnam”, including the Dat bike Weaver 200 model.
According to a representative of the organizing committee, nearly 200 booths of auxiliary industry and advanced service products are planned to be arranged in the new exhibition area of the SECC.
“The Vietnam Motor Show 2022 will be an excellent opportunity for domestic and foreign companies to conduct market research, promote investment and business cooperation, thereby contributing to the recovery of Vietnam’s automotive industry after the COVID pandemic. -19″said Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers Association (VAMA) President Brad Kelly.
Within the framework of the Vietnam Motor Show 2022, seminars on the global trend of electric vehicles and the development of the Vietnamese automobile industry in the future are also planned. The organizers expect more than 180,000 visitors.
Strong growth in recent years
According to the representative of the Vietnam Car Importers Association (VIVA), Laurent Genet, the Vietnamese car market has experienced strong growth in recent years. The income per population is growing rapidly and the demand for cars is increasing day by day.
According to data from the Ministry of Industry and Trade, the car ownership rate in Vietnam is around 23 per 1,000 people, and the tendency to buy cars will only increase in the coming years.
According to a report by the General Directorate of Statistics, in August alone, about 18,000 CBU cars were imported into Vietnam, a record since the beginning of the year, with a total value estimated at USD 375 million, i.e. an increase of 25.3% and 25.2% respectively compared to July (14,360 units valued at USD 299.5 million).
From January to August 2022, the total number of cars in the country increased by +31%, those CBU imported by +41%.
Text and photos: Tân Dat/CVN