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Car show in Nitra offers 35 novelties

The rich programme includes a collection of Fiat 500 cars as well as vintage and tuned cars

Autoshow Nitra opened its doors.(Source: SITA)

One of the most prominent car shows in Slovakia, Autoshow Nitra, opened its gates on October 5 to show a total of 26 car brands and 35 novelties from the Frankfurt Motor Show and also exhibition premieres. The area of more than 37,000 square meters will feature 220 exhibitors in total.

In addition, the 24th annual showcase of passenger cars, vans and trucks, transport equipment, car accessories, servicing and garage equipment is also introducing brands not yet seen even by visitors at the Frankfurt Motor Show, such as Jeep, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Peugeot and Volvo.

The expected Slovak premieres of the models directly from the German motor show are the Škoda Karoq, the Volkswagen T-Roc, the Hyundai Kona, the Opel Crossland X, the Seat Arona and the Citroen C3 Aircross, which is made in Slovakia. Further novelties feature the Velar by Land Rover and the Jaguar F-pace.

The show is accompanied by a rich programme. Visitors can see a unique collection of all the variants of the Fiat 500 and lovers of vintage cars can admire more than 12 exhibited vintage cars including theTatra 75 cabrio from 1935. The Tuning Show is exhibiting more than 130 tuned cars and stuntmen will also demonstrate their skills at the fair.

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Topic: Automotive


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