IFEMA will host Retromóvil Madrid, classic vehicle show, whose next edition will take place 15 to December 17 of 2017.
For this reason, the Spanish company that organizes trade fairs related to the world of classic and vintage motors, Eventos del Motor, SL, has reached an agreement with IFEMA for the celebration of Retromobile Madrid at your facilities. The agreement was signed by Eduardo López-Puertas Bitaubé, General Director of IFEMA, and by José Enrique Elvira, General Director of Eventos del Motor, SL
The contest will take place in the 12 Pavilion from Feria de Madrid and will occupy an area close to 15.000 m2 covered, to which will be added an outdoor area of 2.000 m2 as free parking for concentrations of vintage cars and motorcycles.
Retromóvil, a new bet
“For a long time the sector has been demanding the celebration of this fair in IFEMA, as the appropriate place for the development of an international event that meets the needs of a market like the Spanish one ”, comments Jose Enrique Elvira.
"The dates chosen, close to the Christmas holidays, they have not been random. At a time of year when consumerism is booming, we believe that it can be beneficial for the commercial results of the participating exhibitors ”.
Advance of incentives
The fair, as usual in this type of event, will have stands for the sale of automobiles and motorcycles, restorers, spare parts, pieces, miniatures, automobilia, books, vintage clothing, tools, etc., etc. In addition, you will be rendered different tributes to iconic models in history of the two and the four wheels on the occasion of their different anniversaries.
Eventos del Motor will program a participatory fair in which all clubs, museums and associations related to the "world" of vintage vehicles will be offered. free space to promote their activities.
Likewise, and following this line, all owners of classic vehicles, whether they are two or four wheels, who drive to IFEMA to visit the fair, will have access to free and guarded parking.
* News prepared by press release (Thanks Sergio!)