Pune to host thrilling ‘Motor show 2019’
This weekend, it will be a treat for all cars and bikes aficionados in Pune as they will get a chance to witness and participate in city’s biggest auto expo called ‘Pune Motor Show 2019. ’The show organized by PrimeValue Marketing Services will be held on September 20, 21 and 22, 2019 (Friday, Saturday and Sunday) at Deccan College Ground, Yerwada, Pune from 11 am to 8 pm. The entry to the show will be ticketed and will be available on the spot as well as online.
The Motor Show being held for the first time in Pune, which is a ‘hub for automotive industry in India’ will showcase:
- An exquisite and unique collection of two-wheelers
- Electric vehicles
- Vintage cars
- Commercial vehicles
Auto accessories from over 50 exhibitors and brands across India including:
- Avon Motors
- Jet E Bikes and
Associations including Western India Automobile Association (WIAA), All India Association of Industries (AIAI), Global Indian Business Forum (GIBF) will be a part of the event.
Besides the attractions and stunt shows, there will be a panel discussion on automotive sector on Friday, which will be attended by several experts from the industry who will share their views on the automotive industry and its future in India.
Sarthak Chavan, India’s youngest motocross rider, Diana Pundole, Pune’s only female formula 4 race car driver and Marathi celebrities including Actor Priyanka Yadav and film producer, Meghraj Rajebhosale will also grace the occasion.
According to the organizers, event like this will help launch an ideal platform to display any newly launched automobile in the city where there are many potential buyers of automobiles.
“An exclusive Motor Show in Pune will bring a paradigm shift in the nation’s auto industry by attracting substantial investors around the globe and boost the market. The show aims to provide a unique opportunity to participants to showcase their ideas. Besides the entertainment, various experts in the automotive industry will also share their views and discuss the future of the automobile segment in India, which otherwise at present is slightly sluggish,” said Veenapani Joshi, director, PrimeValue Marketing Services.