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The best car shows to look forward to in 2016 – Part II

Dear friends, for today we would like to continue exploring the best motor shows to look forward to in 2016. In this Part II, we will find out what car shows are worth looking forward to in the coming months. Here are some of the most emblematic international events in the automotive calendar.

One of the most exciting motor shows in the world, a dynamic display of the automotive world at its best, is the Geneva International Motor Show. Its 86th edition is scheduled to take place in the famous Swiss city between the 3rd and the 13th of March 2016.

The show has seen the launch of many emblematic models along the years. The first edition of this show took place in 1905. Today, the Geneva International Motor Show is listed in the top 5 automotive events in the world. More details on the coming 2016 edition are yet to be unveiled. Meanwhile, we must be satisfied with what we have so far: the dates, the poster and the confirmed location: Palexpo in Geneva.

It seems that more than flowers bloom in spring, because between the 5th and 8th of May 2016, you are invited to attend the 2016 edition of the London Motor Show, set to take place in the emblematic Battersea Park.

When we say “England”, we remember the rich legacy of the industrial revolution, so it is only logical that part of the pride of that age be reflected in such international automotive events. The Brits plan on creating a glamorous event designed to delight the entire family. Apart from exhibitions, there will be seminars on motor-related subjects, test drives and stands where people can purchase collection accessories and car-related items. The focus of this year’s edition will be self-driving cars, electric and hybrid prototypes and the latest technologies.

You can rent a car in London if you want to enjoy a tour of the city in the same note!

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