Tuesday, October 4, 2022
News The Canadian International AutoShow Happens in February 2022.

The Canadian International AutoShow Happens in February 2022.

Based on consumer interests and lifted capacity restrictions, the CIAS is planning a return to action for 2022

  • The 2021 edition was cancelled due to the pandemic.

  • It will be held at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.

  • The proposed dates are from February 18th to 27th, 2022.

Auto Shows have been hard hit by the pandemic. With large groupings being prohibited and social distancing requirements, these events have been put on ice for the last 18 months or so. While some have already postponed next year’s shows such as the Geneva Motor Show, others are going ahead. The largest auto show in Canada, the Canadian International AutoShow will take place next February.

The 2022 Geneva Motor Show Postponed to 2023

“We have had very encouraging feedback from our patrons and the industry that they want the AutoShow to come back,” says Jason Campbell, General Manager of the AutoShow. “It has been a long time since our successful 2020 event – which was the last major auto show to take place globally before the pandemic hit. We are now working hard with our partners to get everything we need lined up to stage a strong return in February.”

The CIAS team surveyed past ticket buyers and discovered that the vast majority will definitely return to the show this coming February or will seriously consider it.

As of now, the 2022 edition of the Canadian International AutoShow will take place at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre between February 18th to 27th, 2022.

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