The premiere of over 40 new models at this year’s car show – enough reason to visit, isn’t it? The event, which gathers a large number of car and motorcycle lovers every year, started on the 22nd and lasts until March 28, traditionally at the Belgrade Fair.
DDOR BG Car show 06, as the official name of this year’s car show is, hosts exhibitors from almost 350 countries. In 10 halls, more than 40 new car models were presented, and visitors can see what over 50 manufacturers have prepared for them for the next season.
Motorcycle enthusiasts are also not deprived of enjoying their passion because 40 manufacturers of motorcycles, ATVs and similar vehicles are waiting for them, as well as bicycles, while eco and electric motorcycles are located in a special exhibition space called “green zone” in Hall 7.
As the Belgrade Fair is being held soon after Geneva, many are eagerly waiting to see the novelties in the premium segment that were presented in Geneva. The latest technological achievements, advances in the field of electric and eco vehicles, but also certain specific characteristics of vehicle models, are what attract visitors to this event to come to the car fair from year to year. Interesting topic to know more about polovni automobili.
In addition to middle and high class cars, we believe that special attention will be drawn to the most expensive exhibit that came from northern Italy, the Lamorghini Huracan GT 3 and exhibited in Hall 1. Interestingly, only 70 copies of this vehicle were produced worldwide.
However, people often come to this fair not only because of the car, but also because of the accompanying events, prize games and good fun. It is interesting that every year, after the fair, the purchase of cars increases .
Working hours during the Fair are from 10 am to 8 pm. Individual tickets cost 300 dinars, group tickets 200 dinars, and group tickets for pupils and students 150 dinars. The ticket price for Family Day on March 27 (parents with children under 16) is 500 dinars. Parking is charged at the price of 100 dinars per started hour.