A visitor tries on a collapsible electric bicycle at the experience area of the 98th Brussels Motor Show in Brussels, Belgium, Jan. 9, 2020. The 98th edition of the Brussels Motor Show, taking place from Jan. 10 to 19 here at the Brussels Expo, will feature new concepts of soft and shared mobility, including new technologies and sharing systems. (Xinhua/Pan Geping)
BRUSSELS, Jan. 9 (Xinhua) -- The 98th edition of the Brussels Motor Show, taking place from Jan. 10 to 19 here at the Brussels Expo, will feature new concepts of soft and shared mobility, including new technologies and sharing systems.
"The mobility landscape is currently experiencing an unprecedented revolution," said Pierre Lalmand, trade show director on behalf of organizer FEBIAC, the Belgian Automobile and Cycle Federation. "Never before has it been so varied, while, at the same time, we are witnessing the emergence of a multitude of applications and devices intended to promote urban mobility."
"The full official name of our event is Brussels Motor Show -- Auto, Moto, Mobility. We would like to present visitors with a complete overview of mobility solutions," said Lalmand.
The #WeAreMobility exhibition will take place for the first time during the entire Brussels Motor Show. Over ten days, the multiple facets of micromobility and shared mobility will be presented to visitors.
The 2020 edition of #WeAreMobility will bring together around 30 exhibitors, who will set up their stands around a test track to enable visitors to familiarize themselves with a wealth and variety of mobility solutions, such as electric scooters, electric bikes, steps and onewheelers.
The "Dream Cars" showroom will once again be one of the highlights of the show, where the most prestigious car manufacturers will display their latest creations.
FEBIAC hopes once again to attract 500,000 visitors. In 2018, 542,566 people visited the Brussels Motor Show, and the respective figure was 442,111 last year.