The Singapore Motorshow opened on Thursday (Jan 11) with over two dozen new model launches – the most extensive selection since the event started a quarter century ago.
The list includes an electric Hyundai, set to offer affordable electric mobility, and a seven-seat version of the Toyota Prius, the world’s most popular petrol-electric hybrid.
Other cars seen for the first time here include Audi’s A8 limo, Citroen’s C3 Aircross SUV, and Mitsubishi’s Eclipse Cross SUV.
Despite the uncertainty of a new emission tax scheme, there are 25 car brands showing off 170 cars at this year’s (2018) show.
The event which is being held at the Suntec City Convention & Exhibition Centre runs till Jan 14.
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