The Serbian Association of Vehicle and Parts Importers conveys information that one of the largest, most influential, and popular car shows in the world, the renowned Geneva International Motor Show (GIMS), is returning to its old location, the well-known "Palexpo" center, for the first time since the 89th edition held in March 2019.

As known, due to the COVID-19 epidemic, the organizers of this prestigious automotive event decided to cancel the exhibition scheduled for 2020 because Swiss authorities, at that time, limited public gatherings to only 1,000 people due to the pandemic. The show was canceled for the next three years for similar reasons, and as an alternative, the GIMS organizers, in collaboration with the Qatari government, organized the International Motor Show in Doha, Qatar, which will now be held every two years.

The first International Motor Show in Geneva, it's worth noting, took place in 1905.

This year, as announced by the organizers of OICA (International Organization of Motor Vehicle Manufacturers founded in 1919 in Paris), everything is returning to its established tracks. It is clear that everyone, from organizers to exhibitors and hosts at the Palexpo center, will make an effort to make this one of the best shows ever.

The show will be open to the public from February 26 to March 3. In addition to the exhibition showcasing the latest car models, a large number of thematic workshops, masterclasses, and the unique exhibition "Auto.Future.Now" are also announced. Traditionally, at the Geneva Motor Show, the European Car of the Year will be announced, and on the so-called Media Day, February 26, 15 global and European premieres of cars will be presented.