Left to Right: Mr. Rajesh Menon, Director General SIAM, Mr. Mr Vinod Aggarwal, President – SIAM and Mr. Himanshu Jangid MD Cartist

Auto Expo – The Motor Show 2023 continues to see great response from visitors

Greater Noida, January 17th 2023: On the second day of the week, Auto Expo – The Motor Show continues to see active participation from auto enthusiasts and public in general, around the exhibits of several automotive manufacturers to witness the Indian automobile industry’s green mobility mission.

Visitors of all ages gathered around the impressive display of automobiles on various pavilions such as Maruti Suzuki India Ltd, Toyota Lexus, Kia India, Hyundai Motor India and Tata Motors along with startups who also managed to attract significant visitors through some of their promising products in the EV segment.

Today at Auto Expo – The Motor Show 2023, Mr. Vinod Agarwal President SIAM along with Mr. Rajesh Menon, Director General SIAM visited the Cartist Zone, wherein they witnessed automobile artworks and sustainable furniture from automobile scrap.

The futuristic exhibition areas like ethanol pavilion showcased the automobile industry vision and journey towards green mobility along with some other attraction which included showcase from various design and engineering colleges, such as Ajeenkya D Y Patil University, Maharashtra Institute of Technology – Art Design and Technology University, National Institute of Design- Ahmedabad, Indian Institute of Technology- Bombay, and Indian Institute of Technology- Delhi, where they displayed 3D clay designs of futuristic automobiles. Additionally, students were seen developing live 2D and 3D designs at their respective pavilions.

The Auto Expo – The Motor Show 2023 also featured a Vintage Car Zone, which has been another enticing attraction for visitors where they can witness classic cars, such as Morris Minor – Series MM, Fait 1100, Ford – GPW, BMW E 30 3161, Mercedes Benz W115, Fait Topolino 500B etc.

In addition, the Surakshit Safar Pavilion hosted activities such as live Nukkad Natak performances and Drawing competitions, in which students from various schools participated.

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