No Geneva Car Show in 2025 but the Brussels Motor Show makes a comeback.

FEBIAC, the Automobile and Two-wheeler Federation in Belgium, and the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg is pleased to confirm that the Automobile Show will once again be organized in Brussels in 2025. The Brussels Motor Show, also known as the Brussels Motor Show, returns to the calendar of major Belgian events after a year’s absence. The decision was recently ratified by the FEBIAC Board of Directors, in which most automotive brands and groups active in the Belgian market have expressed their support for the organization of an Automotive Show in 2025. Right at the same time, the news was spread that the Geneva Car Show will not take place in 2025.

In the statement of the organization of the Geneva Car Show, the Comité permanent du Salon international de l’automobile Foundation’ we read that there are too many uncertainties linked to the automotive industry. This means the end of the oldest car show, created in 1905. The spinoff however, The ‘Geneva International Motor Show Qatar’ will return to Doha (Qatar) in November 2025, 2 years after its launch.

The Rimac Nevera at the 2023 Brussels Car Show

A new date for Brussels

Now that there is a decision to host the Automobile Show again, the FEBIAC teams can serenely but resolutely prepare for the 101st edition of the Brussels Motor Show. FEBIAC CEO Andreas Cremer specifies, “Our Salon will once again take place in the halls of Brussels Expo, but this time in February, from Friday, February 14 to Sunday, February 23, 2025

  • “Cars, motorcycles, and commercial vehicles: all sections of FEBIAC will have the opportunity in February 2025 to exhibit their new models and present their new technologies to both the general public and professionals,” adds Christophe Dubon, Head of Communications at FEBIAC. “The main wish of our members is that their products take center stage during this 101st edition of the Brussels Motor Show. Visitors can expect a comprehensive overview of the different powertrain types available on the Belgian market today, with exhibitors looking to highlight their traditional internal combustion engines as well as their hybrid and electric solutions.”

Pictures copyright Tim Havermans

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