The 29th Bratislava Motor Show has begun

A flying car, e-mobility and 60 new models are being premiered at this year's car show in Bratislava.

The Bratislava Motor show takes place between April 30 and May 5, 2019.The Bratislava Motor show takes place between April 30 and May 5, 2019. (Source: Peter Kálmán)

50 car brands, including the luxurious Rolls Royce Cullinan and Lamborghini Urus, will be on display at the biggest car show in Slovakia. The Bratislava Motor Show opened its gates to visitors at the Incheba exhibition centre on April 30.

A total of 60 new car models were premiered to the Slovak audience at the 29th edition of the car show, the Sme daily reported.

The Mazda 3 Sedan model, for instance, is being exhibited for the first time not only in Slovakia but also in central Europe, while Toyota is presenting five new concepts.

In addition, 25 car brands are displaying camper vans and veteran cars at the event.

E-cars and a flying car

Several Slovak carmakers are presenting their new models. For example, Žilina-based Kia Motors Slovakia introduced its new Kia ProCeed, while the Groupe PSA from Trnava is presenting its small Peugeot 208, Sme wrote.

At the motor show in Bratislava, electric SUVs are being premiered for the first time as well. The Renault car producer is exhibiting its futuristic electric car concept Trezor in the Slovak capital.

Moreover, the latest version of the Slovak flying car AeroMobil 4.0, with its aviation engine, is being presented this year, Sme reported.

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