Brussels Motor Show prepares to open in 2021September 18, 2020
2020 will go down in history as a nearly full year without auto shows, but 2021 (hopefully) will start differently. The Brussels Motor Show is ready to just open its doors.
Due to the coronavirus outbreak and subsequent measures, numerous car dealerships around the world have been forced to postpone or cancel the event. In retrospect, the Brussels Motor Show was one of the last this year to welcome the public without a problem. In addition, Brussels expects the show to take place in 2021.
The show, also known as the Brussels Motor Show, will take place, if all goes well, from 15-24 January 2021 in the Belgian capital. The organizers say that they have had enough time to work on properly presenting the cars.
“We have developed a series of scenarios to ensure the successful organization of the Brussels Motor Show in January 2021. Each of these scenarios, of course, is built on numerous rules aimed at preventing the spread of the Covid-19 virus, ”explains the management.
The above scenarios are currently on display at the Brussels Expo to the Mayor of Brussels and various ministers of Belgium. There seems to be a chance that one of these scenarios could be implemented. Of course, the organizers do not expect the same number of visitors in 2021 as in January this year, when half a million people attended the show.
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