Naza Kia Malaysia Sdn Bhd chief executive officer Ivan Kuan (L) and Malaysia Automative Institute (MAI) chief executive officer Datuk Madani Sahari.

THE fourth edition of the Malaysia Autoshow on April 26-29 is expected to attract more than 300,000 visitors.

For the second year running, the event will be held at the Malaysia Agro Exposition Park Serdang (MAEPS).

Some of the popular automotive brands in the country will be taking part in this year’s show, themed “360-degree Mobility Experience”. More than 100 cars. including some of the latest models in the market and Volvo classic cars, will be

on display.

Among the highlights are a glimpse into the future of mobility at the Intelligent Mobility Experience (IMEX), the appearance of legendary German marque Borgward, the opportunity to own a set of personalised legal stamps from Pos Malaysia, and the chance to win holiday packages within Asean (for flight and accommodation) for eight lucky customers who book and purchase a car at the show.

Visitors who purchase a ticket to the Malaysia Autoshow 2018, with terms and conditions apply, will also automatically be in the running for the lucky draw and to stand a chance to take home a new Kia Picanto.

Concurrently, at the outdoor area, there are activities such as the autonomous emergency braking demonstration by Perodua, free car inspection services, go-kart racing, Mitsubishi obstacle course, showcase of in-car entertainment systems, off-road driving experience by 4x4 clubs, Toyota 4x4 experience, Honda Sensing demo and test drives of latest car models.

As the official financing partner for the Malaysia Autoshow 2018, Maybank will be offering online submission for hire purchase applications as well as discounts for entry tickets using the QRPay option.

The tickets are priced at RM10 each, with children aged below 12 given free entry. Students will be given free admission on April 26.

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