The Geneva Motor Show Is Back For 2023

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And promises to be magnificent.

The Geneva Motor Show is considered to be one of the biggest automotive events of the car world calendar, and for the last three years we've had to do without it due to the ongoing pandemic. In 2020 there were speculations that the event would only return in 2022, and in October of 2021 it was confirmed that it would only make a comeback in 2023. The official dates have now been announced for 2023, and we're massively excited to see the show return to its former glory.

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The official dates are from February 14-19 2023, and this will be the 91st time the show has been held. Widely considered the most important event on the car show calendar, most major car reveals take place at the Swiss expo.

The 2020 show, for example, was set to play host to some significant reveal parties for cars such as the Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport, Rimac C_Two, and Ferrari Roma. Before the cancellation of the 2022 event, the organizers promised an "exciting evolution" of the show, which most likely involved some sort of online version and perhaps a sprinkling of VR tech, but let's be honest: people want to see cool cars in the flesh.

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Next year's show will also be the first to feature a biennial event hosted in Qatar. The Qatar Geneva International Motor Show will occur in the autumn of 2022 or 2023. This might seem like a strange move that could detract from the importance and grandeur of the main event, but money talks, and after a three-year hiatus, it is easy to imagine how attractive some Qatar oil money looks.

There is no word yet on press days and little is known about the overall layout, but we hope it will attract a ton of automakers squeezing into every last foot of exhibition space.

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