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23rd Chengdu Motor Show starts on Friday

Hu Yumo
The auto event will attract over 120 car brands with more than 1,500 vehicles. International and domestic companies will display their latest vehicles and technologies.
Hu Yumo

The 23rd Chengdu Motor Show, scheduled to open on Friday, is expected to attract many industry insiders and potential car buyers as the COVID-19 pandemic eases in China.

The auto event, which runs until August 8 at Western China International Expo City in Chengdu, will attract over 120 car brands with more than 1,500 vehicles. Both international and domestic companies will display their latest vehicles and technologies.

With over two decades of development, the show has grown into one of the top events of its kind in China.

Organizers say this year's show aims to promote the development of the auto industry, stimulate auto consumption and boost confidence in the auto market.

New-energy vehicles, luxury cars and a test-drive experience zone are highlights of this year's show. The event will also have an online exhibition, along with livestreaming on Douyin (known overseas as TikTok).

Visitors must wear masks, have their temperatures checked and show their health codes before entering the exhibition center. Organizers will implement regular disinfection, safety inspections and monitor the number of visitors to ensure safety.

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