Vietnam Int’l Motor Show 2017 opens in city

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Vietnam International Motor Show 2017 (VIMS) opened at Saigon Exhibition and Convention Center (SECC) in Ho Chi Minh City’s District 7 on August 1 with the participation of many renowned and popular auto brands.

Cars on display at the 2017 Viet Nam Motor Show

Cars on display at the 2017 Viet Nam Motor Show

This year’s VIMS, the biggest high-end automobile expo, featured more than 70 models of 112 auto brands, including Chevrolet, Do Thanh, Ford, FUSO, Honda, Isuzu, Lexus, Mercedes-Benz, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Suzuki and Toyota.
With the theme “Connected technology for smart moving”, the exhibition will present to customers a wide variety of models, unique concept cars , latest cars and advanced car technologies. It is expected to bring great experiences beyond the expectations of customers while continuing to confirm the important role in the development of the Vietnamese motorcycle industry.
The event also includes activities such as impressive motor show, free test drive programs and interactive games. In addition, the contribution of dozens of supporting industry brands, parts, accessories, toys and related fields such as finance, insurance, banking will help to increase the benefits for customers.
The auto fair organized by Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers Association (VAMM) runs until August 5.

Cars on display at the 2017 Viet Nam Motor Show:

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By P.NAM – Translated by Kim Khanh

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