Live from the Brussels Motor Show 2023

It was the biggest disappointment of the last Paris Motor Show in 2022: the absence of many brands and above all, that of the prestigious manufacturers who all shunned the Paris meeting. But those who dreamed of being amazed by visiting the aisles of the French show will have a field day at the Brussels 2023 show. There are hardly any absentees and the quality of the line-up of dream cars commands respect!

On the side of the Volkswagen group first of all, all the prestigious brands had made the trip. Porsche exhibits the recent 911 GT3 RS, Bentley shows its Flying Spur S (and not hybrid as we mistakenly said in the video above), Lamborghini presents the impressive Huracan Sterrato and Bugatti shows off an example of the Chiron Sports. The Rimac brand, which now owns 50% of Bugatti, is even exhibiting the prototype of the Nevera which reached 412 km/h a few weeks ago.

Italian enthusiasts will also pass by the Maserati stand, where the new Grecale SUV rubs shoulders with a Ghibli and a Levante but also the brand new MC20 Cielo. In “The Avenue” space, visitors will even be able to observe the strange Lotus Electre as well as the new Emira. There is also the Aston Martin DBX 707, the McLaren Artura, the new Mercedes SL and even a big S-Class Maybach. In fact, only Ferrari and Rolls-Royce are missing from this dream set. We are almost at the level of a Geneva Motor Show…

The Brussels Motor Show celebrates its 100th anniversary with a bang

The shows in Paris, Geneva and Frankfurt were for decades the most important shows in Europe, if not the world.

Frankfurt replaced by Munich, Geneva by Doha, now only remains among these tenors the Paris World Cup, the last version of which in 2022 was rather dull.

And the former « small » Brussels fair could well do well by offering a very ambitious 2023 edition: more than 50 brands are represented and important new products are revealed there. Caradisiac lets you discover this promising Brussels show from the inside.

Useful information

Where : Exhibition,Pl. de Belgique 1, 1020 Brussels,

When ? From Saturday 14 to Sunday 22 January 2023 (day reserved for the press on Friday 13)

What hours?Open to the public: from Saturday January 14 to Sunday January 22 – Opening hours: from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. – Late openings until 10 p.m.: Monday January 16 and Friday January 20

Ticket office: Autosalon | Askoto

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