The Lagos Motor Show (LMS), in conjunction with Classic Cars Collector of Nigeria, ‘Work and Play’, a leading Motor Sport and recreation company, will be exhibiting cars and a display of motorsports such as Vintage, Classic, Exotic Cars and Motor Sports at the Tafawa Balewa Square, Onikan Lagos from February 15-17, 2024.
The Lagos Motor Show is a total exhibition of all kinds of cars. Part of the goals of the Lagos Motor Show is to provide sponsors, individuals and corporate bodies with a simple but effective means through which to display their products and services to the public.
This is inclusive of but not limited to automotive enthusiasts, car owners, salesmen, auto-mechanics and fleet maintenance teams, vendors and others who may be interested in automotive matters.
People looking to expand their corporate network or provide themselves with marketing within the automotive industry can register as sponsors. Individuals and corporate bodies who register as sponsors will receive a multitude of benefits in addition to exposure and networking within the automotive industry.
One of the organizers of the motor show, Engineer Gbenga Adebayo, raised hopes that the motor show would become the largest auto-industry-supported motor show in Africa, which unites the automotive community and Auto Collectors by bringing together key industry players, motoring enthusiasts, and consumers shopping for a new ride.
In addition, several exhibitors will display automotive products, services, lifestyle, outdoor, and customised vehicle offerings to service the need of visitors.
Adebayo promised that the motor show would deliver an exhilarating experience and platforms for exhibitors, channels and visitors, including the opportunity to drive or be driven in both latest models, including Electric Vehicles (EVs), Antiques and commercial vehicles around the square.
The opportunity of a test-ride and opportunity to sight, feel and see ‘is core to the Show’s success as they provide a unique way for the consumer to see, touch and feel various and favourite brands on one platform,” Adebayo said.
The event will have attendance, motor companies, car collectors, transport operators and logistics companies. Decision makers, motor enthusiasts, banks, insurance companies, small-scale auto-entrepreneurs, representatives of foreign trade missions and multinational companies, will also attend the event.
The event will feature the future of automobiles.
Future energy efficient cars such as Electric Vehicles and gas-powered low emission eco-friendly vehicles, will also be at the exhibition.
The Show will offer an opportunity to interact with haulage, logistics, car hire companies, passenger transporters, financial institutions, Insurance, loan companies and other potential buyers and decision-makers. The event will offer face-to-face, marketing opportunities and will help increase sales, with further opportunities to network with existing and future customers. It will offer significant brand visibility for all.
The Lagos Motor Show is the dream of a group of car lovers, and motorsports enthusiasts whose goal is to bring to the Nigerian motoring community, an auto show annually that would mirror Auto shows such as the annual Chicago Motor Show, Munich Auto show, Middle east, Europe.
Exhibitors that have indicated their interest in partnering with the Lagos Motor Show, include: CFAO TOYOTA, BRASS MOTORS AND MARINE SERVICES, JETRON BY ELIZADE Motors, VOLVO, L-SOLUTIONS among others, while supports are offered by SEVEN UP BOTTLING COMPANY, TASTY FRIED CHICKEN, NIGERIA BREWERIES, THE LIGHTHOUSE, THE NICOLA AND CO, Nigeria Communications Commission (NCC), Airtel, Acess Bank, Zenith Bank, MUDI Africa, with after sales support from THE PHINX FLEET, and Coscharis Group, among others.
According to Gbenga Adebayo, “We are very excited to bring to Lagos, now and on an annual basis, an event that will host all the major stakeholders in Automobiles, both New, Antique Cars and Cars of the future. We are grateful to everyone and we assure the public of a never-to-be-forgotten experience.”