Featuring more than 30 automotive car brands, the Singapore Motorshow is the nation's largest and most prestigious annual motoring event.
Did not have time to attend the recent motorshow? Fret not, here's a recap of some of the cars that were launched.
A record 56,000 visitors came to Singapore Motorshow 2020 at the Suntec Convention and Exhibition Centre, surpassing 2018’s visitorship of 55,000 visitors.
Organised by the Motor Traders Association of Singapore (MTA), visitors were treated to a display of more than 140 vehicles from 31 automotive brands and exciting stunt-driving performances by crowd favourite Russ Swift.
The Singapore Motor Show 2019 concluded with more than 56,000 visitors over four days, surpassing last year's total of 55,000.
High-voltage and high-octane models hog the limelight at the Singapore Motorshow.
Back for the fifth year running at the Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre from 10 to 13 January, the Singapore Motor Show is more than just a showcase for the latest cars and the best technology. The island's largest motoring event is also set to entertain with a variety of activities and fun-filled experiences for both petrol heads and families alike.
The largest annual motoring event Singapore Motorshow 2020 kickstarts today at Suntec Convention & Exhibition Centre, with over 25 launches and showcases from major car brands.
With the Singapore Motorshow 2020 due to open today, certificate of entitlement (COE) prices mostly went up at the latest tender yesterday.
Singapore's definitely going greener when it comes to cars, and the Singapore Motorshow 2020 proves that with a healthy spread of hybrids and electrified cards.
The Singapore Motorshow is back for the fifth year in a row at the Sunctec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre from 10 to 13 January 2019. Beyond showcasing the latest cars and technologies, Singapore's largest annual motoring event will entertain visitors with a variety of activities and be a fun-filled family experience.