Cars: ‘Milano Monza Open-Air Motor Show 2021’

A Ferrari supercar at-Milano-Monza Motor Show
A Ferrari supercar at-Milano-Monza Motor Show

Date

1 Mar, 2021 - 30 Apr, 2021


Time

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Location
Different locations in Milano

Categories


About the Motor Show

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE OFFICIAL DATES HAVEN’T BEEN ANNOUNCED YET.

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The Parco Valentino Motor Show – one of the most important automotive events in Italy – makes its comeback in a brand-new version, a new destination and a new name: Milano Monza Open-Air Motor Show. Various key destinations in Milan, such as Piazza Duomo, Piazza Castello, the areas nearby the Sforza Castle, the Fashion Quad, City Life and many more besides serve as the ideal backdrop to this vast event gathering some of the most precious cars, supercars and motorbikes of the present days, plus the latest models. The event serves as an exclusive display space to enable car manufacturers to preview their latest innovation, especially for what concerns luxury and top-notch vehicles and sportscars.

The innovations

This year’s edition of the event features important innovations starting from a specific focus on electric and hybrid plug-in vehicles designed to reduce emissions and increase environmental sustainability.

What’s on display

The motor show consists in over 300 COVID-free display platforms – which have been designed in full compliance of the safety measures – displaying cars and motorbikes from over 30 leading brands in the sector. Each vehicle features a specific QR code to be scanned to discover insightful highlights on the car’s technological data and specs, as well as other useful information and browse the photo galleries.

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Tickets and Information

The participation to the event is free of charge.

For additional information, please check www.milanomonza.com

Journalist based in Northern Italy, passionate traveller, photography lover and unstoppable curious of the world. From her early years cars and motorbikes strike a chord in her heart, as well as the entire world of fashion. Giulia works for Where in Italy to share her passions and to promote the most unmissable events and lifestyle experiences. To make Where readers' trips a one-of-a-kind discovery.