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Countdown begins for Autocar Performance Show

2nd Jan 2017 6:30 pm

Eleventh edition of the four-day motoring extravaganza begins from January 19; will have an array of exotic cars and bikes on display.

Motoring enthusiasts have a reason to cheer as they will soon get a chance to rub shoulders with automotive exotica such as the Nissan GT-R, the Ford Mustang, Lamborghini Huracan, Porsche Macan, Jeep Wrangler and the Jaguar F-Pace as the Autocar Performance Show returns.

The 12th edition of the four-day show will be held from January 19-22 at the MMRDA grounds, Bandra Kurla Complex, Mumbai.

The annual motoring extravaganza will have a host of attractive cars and bikes on display and will be attended by carmakers including Bentley, Audi, BMW and Mercedes. Bike manufacturers set to be present at the event include DSK Benelli, Harley-Davidson, Bajaj, Mahindra Two Wheelers, TVS and Suzuki Motorcycle.

Heightening the adrenaline rush will be live performance zones where visitors can put their skills to test behind the wheel at the Maruti Autocross or experience off-roading in a Tata Hexa at the Tata Hexa experience zone at the venue.

But the show isn’t just about viewing exotic car and bikes. Car buyers looking for advice can head to What Car? Guidance Zone where experts from the magazine will help them narrow down their choice and choose the right car.

Moreover, students who fancy a career in auto journalism can participate in the ‘Intern with Autocar’ contest. Those with a flair for writing or photography keen to work with Autocar India can visit the show, click pictures, write a show report and send it to contest@haymarketsac.com. An internship each for a writer and a photographer will be up for grabs.

Additionally, the Stuff Gadget Show, now in its fifth year, will be held alongside Autocar Performance Show with prominent premium brands showcasing their latest tech gizmos, high-tech gadgets and accessories. Tickets for both the shows can be bought over the counter or even online.

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