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Breaking: MIAS returns after 2-year absence

Breaking: MIAS returns after 2-year absence

Alvin Uy

The country’s biggest auto event is happening again this April.

The last two years of the pandemic has not been easy for the auto industry, and the economy as a whole. But now that the numbers continue to show improvements with the decline of new Covid-19 case, it seems that the business community and the government is easing restrictions to stimulate the economy.

With this in mind, Worldbex Services International, the organizers of the Manila International Auto Show (MIAS) bared that it will stage its 16th edition of the MIAS at the World Trade Center in Pasay City.  The last on-ground show was held on April in 2019 and over 142,000 visitors trekked to the venue. Featuring the latest models as well as soon-to-be introduced models in the market, the MIAS has always been the platform for the latest trends in the industry.

It is the country’s biggest motoring event and far from just your typical car show, it has always been known not only for its spectacular car launches and product displays but also, its exciting array of pocket events that give auto enthusiasts countless opportunities to bond with their friends and families. The previous show managed to place over 150 companies and 300 plus car displays and exhibits.

In 2020, MIAS also staged the country’s first virtual online auto show where visitors can browse through the brand exhibits and have a virtual walk-thru of digitally staged interactive virtual showrooms at the safety of their homes and offices via their computers or smartphones.

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This year, MIAS once again shifts back to high gear to showcase several show highlights that car enthusiasts watch out for. Aside from the car brand displays, hundreds of OEM and aftermarket accessories will have display booths showcasing the latest hardware and services, commercial vehicles and heavy equipment, a miniature diecast car collection and swap meet, custom and classic car displays and visitors also get to test drive their favorite car brands all in one venue.

Going to MIAS is an experience like no other and the organizers hope that the annual event will continue to allow visitors to shop for the latest models and accessories this coming April 7 to 10 at the World Trade Center, Pasay City. For more information, visit and follow Manila International Auto Show on Facebook and Instragram @ManilaInternationalAutoShow or you may contact them at 02-8656-92-39  and