October 7, 2018
MOTORWORLD Classics Berlin 2018 – initial positive summary
Golden October weather, outstanding exhibits, and the “Long Night of Classic Cars” attracts tens of thousands visitors.
Three hours before the close of the trade fair – at 3 p.m. – the organisers of Motorworld Classics Berlin 2018 made an initial positive summary. 31,300 trade and public visitors flocked on October 4-7 to the charming classic car trade fair, and took the opportunity to immerse themselves in a diverse world of classic mobility in the historic exhibition halls below the radio tower. This meant that the trade fair once again recorded an increase in visitor numbers over the previous year (2017: 28,500).
“The golden October weather was simply perfect for owners driving to the trade fair with their own classic cars. Veritable crowd-pullers included exceptional exhibits such as the BMW Art Car by Andy Warhol or the smallest car in the world – the Peel P50. And the “Long Night of Classic Cars”, with which we opened Motorworld Classics Berlin for the first time this year, also proved to be the right format,” says Marc Baumüller, Managing Director of Motorworld Classics Berlin. “The trade fair has become a real hot spot for both local people, as well as the national and international classic scene.”
About MOTORWORLD Classics Berlin
On October 4-7, 2018, in Germany’s most international metropolis with its long automotive history, the historic halls of Berlin’s ExpoCenter and the summer garden in the shadow of the radio tower will once again create acres of space for an entire world in the style of the good old days. The Motorworld Classics Berlin classic car trade fair is an experience not just for vehicle aficionados and collectors, car clubs and scene fans. A stylish ambience with much lifestyle also attracts more and more public visitors.
National and international automotive manufacturers with historical roots, leading dealers, technology specialists for automotive rarities, vendors of accessories and memorabilia, together with numerous dedicated classic car clubs and private sellers, will be presenting and selling their products and services. The annual classic car trade fair is organised by MoWo Messe- und Veranstaltungs GmbH & Co. KG and Messe Berlin GmbH.