The Geneva International Motor Show Canceled Over Corona

The Geneva Motor Show was forced to cancel because the Swiss government prevented the Corona 19 pidemic from spreading in Europe.

The Geneva Motor Show originally scheduled to be held in Switzerland from March 5th to 15th, the official website has confirmed that it will be cancelled, mainly because the Swiss government announced a ban on large-scale events with more than 1,000 people to prevent the spread of the epidemic.

Switzerland having decided to cancel all events of more than 1000 people, the Geneva show is postponed until next year.
The next edition of the Geneva International Motor Show will take place in March 2021.

Organized for the first time at the beginning of the 20th century, in 1905, the Geneva International Motor Show saw the most beautiful models of the world parade through its walls.

The Geneva Motor Show is one of the largest events of its kind in the world, along with the Paris Motor Show, the Detroit Motor Show and the IAA in Frankfurt.

Automobiles, electric cars, motorcycles, tuning, accessories … All the innovations in the field of individual transport are presented in this fair which attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors every year.

Hundreds of stands, demonstrations, test circuits, exhibitions, the European Car of the Year Trophy and many other events for the whole family are on the program.

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The Geneva Motor Show was forced to cancel because the Swiss government prevented the Corona 19 pidemic from spreading in Europe. 

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