September 18, 2021

2016 Beijing Auto Show – Visitor’s Guide

Since the early ‘90s, China’s auto industry has experienced extremely rapid growth, and in 2008, the nation became the world’s largest car producer. In fact, since 2009, China has made more cars annually than Japan, the E.U., and the U.S. combined, and while most domestic makes limit sales to within China, exports are on the rise. Imports are also growing, with more and more international manufacturers tailoring their offerings to capitalize on the increasingly lucrative Chinese passenger vehicle market. Last year, auto sales in China reached a new high (21.1 million vehicles sold, according to the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers), and although some forecasters are predicting slower growth moving into 2016 and 2017, you can bet this year’s Beijing Auto Show will easily be one of the most important auto shows of the year.

The Beijing Auto Show is held on a biennial basis alongside the with Beijing playing host during even-numbered years, and Shanghai taking the odd-numbered years. Also called Auto China, the Beijing Auto Show was first held in 1990, making 2016 the 14th running of the event. In total, some 850,000 visitors are expected to show up, including over 10,000 journalists. Both passenger vehicles and commercial vehicles will be showcased, with roughly 1,000 cars on display and over 100 world debuts. All the major auto players will be in attendance, setting up booths with thousands of other exhibitors to carve up nearly 2.4 million square feet of display space.

That means no matter where you call home, there’s bound to be something that piques your interest at this year’s Beijing Auto Show.

TopSpeed will once again cover all the big reveals, so stay tuned as the event kicks off later this month!


2016 Beijing Auto Show – Visitor’s Guide

Since the early ‘90s, China’s auto industry has experienced extremely rapid growth, and in 2008, the nation became the world’s largest car producer. In fact, since 2009, China has made more cars annually than Japan, the E.U., and the U.S. combined, and while most domestic makes limit sales to within China, exports are on the rise. Imports are also growing, with more and more international manufacturers tailoring their offerings to capitalize on the increasingly lucrative Chinese passenger vehicle market. Last year, auto sales in China reached a new high (21.1 million vehicles sold, according to the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers), and although some forecasters are predicting slower growth moving into 2016 and 2017, you can bet this year’s Beijing Auto Show will easily be one of the most important auto shows of the year.

The Beijing Auto Show is held on a biennial basis alongside the with Beijing playing host during even-numbered years, and Shanghai taking the odd-numbered years. Also called Auto China, the Beijing Auto Show was first held in 1990, making 2016 the 14th running of the event. In total, some 850,000 visitors are expected to show up, including over 10,000 journalists. Both passenger vehicles and commercial vehicles will be showcased, with roughly 1,000 cars on display and over 100 world debuts. All the major auto players will be in attendance, setting up booths with thousands of other exhibitors to carve up nearly 2.4 million square feet of display space.

That means no matter where you call home, there’s bound to be something that piques your interest at this year’s Beijing Auto Show.

TopSpeed will once again cover all the big reveals, so stay tuned as the event kicks off later this month!


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2016 Beijing Auto Show – Visitor’s Guide

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