Riyadh Motor Show 2017

Riyadh Motor Show 2017, the 31st International Exhibition for Motor Vehicles, is the most influential automotive show in the region that displays the latest modern passenger and commercial cars and other motor vehicles from around the world.
Riyadh Motor Show is the annual gathering for automobile enthusiasts from all over the region to discover firsthand the newest car models of the year.
The Pillars of the Automotive Industry under One Roof
Riyadh Motor Show serves as a vital platform for international automotive brands and local companies to display the latest products and services of the industry. It attracts thousands of exhibitors, visitors and interested parties to Riyadh to be part of the biggest automotive gathering of the year.
As part of our commitment to deliver the most comprehensive show in the automotive industry, Riyadh Motor Show takes place concurrently with the Riyadh Auto Shop Exhibition and the Riyadh Power Sports Exhibition, thus covering all the subcategories of motor vehicles, and reinforcing the exhibition’s position as the best platform to showcase the most innovative products and services in the biggest automobile show in the Kingdom’s capital, Riyadh.
The Saudi Automobile Market
A continuous growth is undoubtedly seen in the Saudi automobile market, with a sales growth reaching over 25 Billion USD. The strength of the Saudi market is evident due to its position as the biggest in the region, enjoying an annual 6% growth, which is expected to double. Car sales are expected to increase to 1,000,000 cars per year by 2020, with the market reaching 26 Billion USD in worth.
It’s about the destination:
Discover the latest driving technologies firsthand at one of the most important events in the motoring calendar. The Kingdom’s automobile industry is continuously thriving due to several factors:
· Consumers benefit from the high degree of competition in the market
· Increased governmental expenditure on infrastructure
· Increased demand on cars, trucks and other commercial vehicles
· Restrictions on the lifetime of imported cars
· Population growth
· Increased individual purchasing power