The 96th Brussels Motor Show will come to a close this Sunday at 7 pm. A successful edition for its organiser, FEBIAC, the Belgian Automobile and Cycle Federation, which is already able to announce an overall attendance of over 540,000 visitors in spite of a shorter opening period this year by one day.
Bringing together no less than 7 world premieres, 17 European premieres and more than 160 Belgian premieres, the 2018 edition of the Brussels Motor Show will have made an impression by its unanimous success. Widely acclaimed by the media during the press day on 10 January, it then convinced the general public by attracting more than half a million visitors over the course of the show, which ran between 12 and 21 January.
Organiser of the Brussels Motor Show, FEBIAC was once again pleased to note the unwavering commitment shown by the Belgian public towards individual mobility solutions as well as the continuous interest shown by the political world, both federal and regional, for mobility in general, clean vehicles, employment and training in the automotive sector, and new connectivity solutions.
A major novelty of this edition was the #WeAreMobility exhibition which ran from 18 to 21 January. It revealed a plethora of micro-mobility, shared mobility and application solutions that will facilitate our urban mobility in future. A major success for FEBIAC on initiating this event, which is pleased to have gathered more than 35 exhibitors from various backgrounds at this specific and innovative exhibition, visited by more than 35,000 curious enthusiasts.
Also unveiled for the first time at this Show was the children’s corner, which captivated the youngest spectators given their delighted faces and pride at discovering this area. A further illustration that the Brussels Motor Show, in addition to being once again Belgium’s most popular event of the year, is now much more than just an exhibition of vehicles.
FEBIAC has set the dates for the 97th edition of its Show from 17 to 27 January 2019, which, as in every odd year, will focus on cars, motorcycles and light commercial vehicles.