The 85th Geneva International Motor Show Fully Booked

16The 85th edition of Geneva International Motor Show is going to open its doors between 5th – 15th March 2015

The 85th edition of Geneva International Motor Show is opening its doors on 5th – 15th March 2015 which is already fully booked. All of the major manufacturers have confirmed their participation and are preparing to present numerous new models, according to the statement. The Geneva International Motor Show will be once again supported by our loyal group of partners and sponsors. As each year in January, the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit kicks off the series of the five most important automobile exhibitions in the world. In early March, it will be followed by the Geneva International Motor Show, which is already working on the preparations for its 85th edition. The Show in Spring has the privilege to present the collection of new models that will arrive on the market during the year, plus a large selection of concept cars and design studies that provide clues to the near and long term evolution of the automobile.

Every square metre of Halls 1 to 6 dedicated essentially to general public vehicles now been booked. All of the major manufacturers have confirmed their participation. A large number of high-end manufacturers (including Aston Martin, Bugatti, Koenigsegg, Lotus, McLaren) and designers (ED Design, Italdesign Giugiaro, Pinnfarina), plus top high￾performance specialists (ABT, Carlsson, Hamann, Klassen, Mansori, MTM, Ruf) will also be there to further enhance the Motor Show’s presentation. The official website is now online and has all of the early information about the 2015 edition. The site will be continuously updated during the run-up to the Show. It will be possible to purchase entry tickets on this site as well. There will also be a contest where you can win entry tickets and closer to the Show’s opening a new car, sponsored by Peugeot who’s 308 Saloon was elected “Car of the Year” in 2014 by an international jury. Since 2002, Peugeot has continuously supported the Geneva International Motor Show with these competitions! The media companies Eurosport and Blick have also been partners for the Geneva Show for many years. In addition, as every year, Goodyear will sponsor the Press Centre at the Show

Once again our partners CFF (Swiss National Railways) and TPG (Geneva Public Transport Company) will offer combined transport and entry tickets. Every year more and more visitors use these options to enjoy a more stress-free visit to the Show. For visitors who decide to come to the Show by automobile, the Geneva traffic police, together with the radio traffic service RTSI FM 91.2, will manage the flow of traffic to any of the thirteen parking areas surrounding Palexpo (5,600 spaces available during the week and over 10,000 during the weekends). Shuttle busses will take visitors from the parking areas to the main entrance of the Motor Show.