The Australian International motor Show (AIMS) makes its long-awaited return to Sydney’s Exhibition Centre, opening at 5pm today and running for 10 days, and is set to showcase dome of the most impressive vehicles ever launched Down under.
Some great coups for the show will include hosting global premieres of locally-developed cars from Ford and Mazda, which will also headline a host of other expected world-first reveals.
Over 40 vehicles will make their Australian – and in some instances, Southern Hemisphere – debuts during the Show. The Richard’s F1 team will head to the show’s opening day, and we’ll bring you the best highlights from the event over the course of the next few days, so be sure to hit the site!
The Motor Show’s director, Russ Tyrie, has said that the huge range of vehicles on show, in addition to the host of never-before-seen new models, will attract massive attendance and appeal to the show’s audience.
“The stage is set for one of the most significant motor shows of our time thanks to the breadth of new models that will be revealed,” he said.
“[These] vehicles point to where our industry is heading at a rapid rate. The new locally-developed models from Ford and Mazda show just how highly-regarded Australian input is to the rest of the world.”
Tickets can be purchased from the AIMS website.
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