São Paulo International Motor Show

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São Paulo International Motor Show
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StatusActive
VenueIbirapuera Park (until 1968)
Anhembi Convention Center (until 2014)
São Paulo Expo (2016)
Location(s)São Paulo, Brazil
CountryBrazil
Inaugurated1960–present
Websitesalaodoautomovel.com.br

The São Paulo International Motor Show (Salão International do Automóvel de São Paulo) is the biggest and most important automotive event in Latin America.[1] The São Paulo International Motor Show takes place every two years in São Paulo, Brazil since 1960. In 1990 the event became internationalized and the domestic industry showed its capacity for global competition.[2]

2018[edit]

The 2018 exhibition was held between November 9 and 18.

2016[edit]

The 2016 exhibition was held between November 10 and 20.

2014[edit]

The 2014 exhibition was held between October 30 and November 9.

2012[edit]

The 2012 edition was held from 24 October to 4 November.

Production car introductions[edit]

Concept car introductions[edit]

2010[edit]

The 26th motor show was held between 25 October to 7 November.

Production car introductions[edit]

Concept car introductions[edit]

  • Fiat Uno Cabrio concept[9]
  • Fiat Mio concept
  • Rossin-Bertin Vorax
  • Volkswagen RockeT concept

References[edit]

  1. ^ "General Information".
  2. ^ "Historic".
  3. ^ "Chevy unveils Onix subcompact hatchback in Brazil".
  4. ^ "2012 São Paulo Motor Show: Novo Clio, Fluence GT and D-Cross in the spotlight".
  5. ^ "Nissan showing Extrem new crossover in São Paulo".
  6. ^ "Renault shows DCross Concept in Brazil".
  7. ^ "Troller R-X Concept is a Brazilian Ford Bronco for the new age".
  8. ^ "VW shows Taigun small CUV at São Paulo motor show".
  9. ^ "Sao Paulo Auto Show 2010 - Highlights". Car Design News. 26 October 2010. Retrieved 28 October 2013.

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