Some of the world’s most coveted automotive marques have signed up for the Melbourne International Motor Show from 2 to 12 March 2007. The likes of Porsche, Aston Martin (who were strangely lacking from the Brisbane Motorshow) and Lamborghini have all confirmed Melbourne as their chosen show to reveal their latest models to Australian car buyers and enthusiasts.
Motor show director Russ Tyrie said these exhibitors – some of whom intend their Melbourne cars to be world debuts – would share space with the cream of local and global manufacturers as the Show moved back to its traditional March timing.
He said the cream of the Show cars would cruise the city streets in the Motor Show Cavalcade before moving into the Melbourne Exhibition Centre.
“Even at this early stage we know of several Australian launches of major new international models, ranging from top-selling family cars through to ultimate exotics, our move back to our usual timing in early March means Geneva Salon overlaps with our Show again this year, and that raises interesting possibilities for coordinated global launches.It is shaping up to be a stand-out exhibition of cars which, in some cases, you will not see at any othermajor Australian show. In addition to the cars we will also have some brilliant special attractions which are sure to capture the interest of mums and kids just as much as the cars catch the eye of the enthusiasts. ” he said.
Show details are below:
2007 Melbourne International Motorshow
Melbourne Exhibition Centre
2 Clarendon Street
DATES: Friday 2nd - Monday 12th March
Friday 2nd March - 5pm - 10pm
Saturday 3rd March - Sunday 11th March - 10am - 10pm
Monday 12th March - 10am - 6pm
Adult: $ 17.50
Concession: $ 13.00*
Children: $ 9.50 (age 5 - 15) under 5 for free
Family: $ 43.50 (2 adults / up to 3 children)