AutoRAI

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AutoRAI (Amsterdam International Motor Show)
Renault Captur Concept at AutoRAI 2011.jpg
Renault Captur Concept at AutoRAI 2011
Status Inactive
Venue Amsterdam RAI Exhibition and Convention Centre
Location(s) Amsterdam, Netherlands
Country Netherlands
Inaugurated 1895
Most recent 2011
Website
www.autorai.nl/Pages/home.aspx

AutoRAI is an Amsterdam International Motor Show takes place every two years in Amsterdam, Netherlands.[1]The history of the AutoRAI goes back to 1893 when established "The Bicycle Industry '(RI) First Cycle Exhibition especially with bicycles. The first RAI exhibition was organised there in 1895.[2] In 1900, the auto industry was there and so was born the Association Bicycle & Automotive (RAI). Prior to 1961, the RAI was situated in a building on the Ferdinand Bolstraat in Amsterdam (the 'Oude RAI') for forty years. AutoRAI 2013, which was scheduled to take place in April 2013, has been cancelled. The organisers made the decision after consultation with the RAI Association and major car brand importers. The economic developments in the automotive sector have made it impossible to organise a fully-fledged event. The aforementioned parties will now focus on possible new setups of the event in the future. In addition to AutoRAI, the AutovakRAI 2013 has also been cancelled for the same reasons.

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1991[edit]

  • Audi 100
  • De Tomaso Pantera facelift
  • Fiat Croma facelift
  • Hyundai Lantra
  • Lancia Dedra Turbo
  • Lancia Dedra Integrale
  • Maserati 222 SR
  • MAX Pick-Up
  • Škoda Favorit Estate (Forman)
  • Yue Loong Feeling

1989[edit]

  • MAX Roadster 205

1987[edit]

  • Ford Sierra Sedan
  • Hyundai Pony 3-door
  • Opel Omega 3000
  • Mazda 929
  • Nissan Micra 5-door

1985[edit]

  • BMW M5
  • MAX Roadster
  • Renault Alpine GTA

1983[edit]

  • Honda Prelude

1981[edit]

  • Suzuki Alto

1967[edit]

  • Ford Cortina Estate
  • Pontiac Firebird

1965[edit]

  • Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GTA

1963[edit]

  • DAF 33 Combi

1958[edit]

  • DAF 600

1948[edit]

  • Gatso 4000 Aero Coupé
  • Land Rover Series 1

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