12th Int'l Auto Exhibit in Isfahan
Economy, Auto

12th Int'l Auto Exhibit in Isfahan

Isfahan will host the 12th International Exhibition of Automobile Industry this week. The exhibition opens on February 17 and ends on February 20. It will be held at the international fairground of Isfahan and visiting hours are between 3-10:30 p.m., YJC reported. According to Javad Jalili, the event's organizer, aside from local auto firms such as Arian Motor, Kerman Motor and Ramak Khodro, some of the participating foreign brands include Honda, Hyundai, Mazda, Mitsubishi, Renault, SsangYong and Subaru. Notably, Germany's BMW will be directly attending the event.  "Chinese auto manufacturers will also have a strong presence with the attendance of brands such as MG, Great Wall, MVM (Chery) and Lifan, among others," he said. After signing up, visitors will be able to test-drive the vehicles at the exhibition. Auto workshops will also be held on the sidelines of the event.   


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