British motor show postponed until 2021 due to coronavirusMay 17, 2020
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, they were planning to hold an international motor show later in August. However, due to the crisis situation, they decided to postpone the event until next year.
It was planned that the British auto show will be held in Farnborough in August 2020, but now other media have spread other information. On Sunday, May 17, the foreign portal motor1.com reported that the motor show was postponed until 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The British auto show, which has not been held for more than 10 years, was supposed to be one of the few auto shows this year. However, due to social distance measures, which are expected to continue for some time, the event was decided to be postponed.
According to the organizers, tickets sold at the 2020 motor show will be valid for the show next year. It is scheduled for August 19-21, 2021. Recall that this year at the British Motor Show they promised to show something unique. The fact that “you have not seen at any other car dealership.” The Farnborough International Exhibition and Convention Center in Hampshire was to become a center of concentration for the automotive past, present and future.
The last time the British Motor Show was held in London in 2008.
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