After a 10-year absence, the Riyadh International Motor Show is all set to return in 2021.
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It will bring together global automobile manufacturers that will showcase their latest models and innovations.
With more than 50 companies and brands from across the globe rolling into the Saudi capital, petrolheads and car buyers will be able to witness car launches, including debuts and revamped editions of bestselling models, and much more, at the four-day mega show, which runs from Dec. 16 to 19, 2021.
On display will be the latest models of passenger cars, station wagons, sports utility vehicles (SUVs), pickup trucks, motorcycles, special purpose vehicles, and 4×4 cars.
“The Riyadh International Motor Show is a unique platform which, for 30 years, has effectively served the region’s automotive industry. In its latest edition, the event will showcase a lineup designed to excite the most passionate of automotive fans, featuring the latest in electric vehicles, hypercars, supercars and luxury cars,” said Ahmed Al-Harithy, CEO of IEC for Exhibitions and Events Management.
“The motor show in its new edition will be the place to witness the best of the motoring world and get a glimpse of what the future holds. We welcome all automotive enthusiasts from across the Kingdom and region to the 2021 edition as technology, design and innovation collide to create an unmissable event.”
Al-Harthi said that the return of the exhibition is a kind of return to optimism for all car lovers in the Kingdom and confirms the great growth potential of Saudi Arabia and its position as the most profitable car market in the region.
The event also supports Saudi Vision 2030, which aims to make the country a global trade hub.
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