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Brussels Motor Show 2022 moved due to pandemic

The 2022 Brussels Motor Show has been canceled due to the worsening coronavirus situation in Belgium and the expected announcement of tougher Covid-19 restrictions in the country, organizers said. event.

The show was due to mark 99 years since its premiere in January, but it now seems likely that it will be postponed to January 2023.

“We anticipate that the worsening of the health situation and the expected introduction of particular restrictions will not allow us to welcome the expected number of visitors under optimal conditions,” said Andreas Cremer of the Belgian Bicycle and Automobile Federation. (FEBIAC).

The statement also said the revamped show would aim to celebrate 100 years of the exhibit. A another announcement is expected soon.

It has been confirmed that the event will be supported by the launch of a new digital platform to answer questions from drivers and riders.

A smaller event than those held in Munich and Geneva, the Brussels Motor Show takes place every two years and was first held in 1902.

The 2022 event was expected to attract a large number of automakers and was scheduled to take place from January 15-23. In 2019, the Range Rover Evoque, Ford Mondeo Hybrid and facelifted Hyundai i40 made their first appearance at the show, while several European debuts also took place, including the Mazda 3, Volvo S60, BMW S70 and Porsche. 911 generation 992.

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