Auto Guangzhou

China (Guangzhou) International Automobile Exhibition (Chinese: 中国(广州)国际汽车展览会), also called Guangzhou International Motor Show (Chinese: 广州国际汽车展览会) or Auto Guangzhou (Chinese: 广州汽车展), is an auto show held by Guangzhou Zhanlian Exhibition Service Co., Ltd, in November and December every year in the Guangzhou International Convention and Exhibition Center, China.[1][2][3] It is not a recognized international show by the Organisation Internationale des Constructeurs d’Automobiles.

Auto Guangzhou
Native name 中国(广州)国际汽车展览会
English name Guangzhou International Motor Show
Duration November and December, annually
Venue Guangzhou International Convention and Exhibition Center
Location Guangzhou, China
Also known as China (Guangzhou) International Automobile Exhibition
Theme Auto show
Organized by Guangzhou Zhanlian Exhibition Service Co., Ltd
Website Auto Guangzhou

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In 2006, the Nissan Livina Geniss made its world premiere.[4]

2010 saw the Trumpchi introduced.[5] In 2011, it was held from November 22 until November 28. That year saw Changan Automobile, based in Chongqing, showing four new models, including its new Changan Eado compact, and a new subcompact the B501. Other entrants included the redesigned BenBen Mini, and Changan’s new BlueCore brand.[6] The 2012 Guangzhou International Motor Show opened on November 22, 2012, debuting cars such as the 2014 Subaru Forester that year.[7]

At the 17th Guangzhou International Motor Show[8] on November 22, 2019, a Tesla Model 3 that was manufactured in China was showcased.[9] The 2019 event started with the world premiere of the Mercedes-Maybach GLS.[10]Lexus also unveiled its first all-electric vehicle that year,[11] the UX 300e.[12] The Chevrolet Menlo EV debuted as well.[13]

The 18th Guangzhou International Automobile Exhibition was held from November 20, 2020 to November 29, 2020 at the China Import and Export Fair Complex.[14][15] It had the world premieres of the Bugatti Bolide, BYD D1 and Qin Plus, Changan UNI-K, Hyundai Mistra, Infiniti QX55, Kia Sportage Ace, Leapmotor C11, Mercedes-Maybach S class, MG 5, Roewe R-Aura concept, Toyota Allion, Toyota Lingshang, Volkswagen ID.4 X and Crozz.[16]

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