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KL motor show offers cars and air tickets in lucky draw

The Star Online logo The Star Online 11/10/2018
a person standing on a stage posing for the camera: Car show: (from left) Honda Malaysia Sdn Bhd president and chief operating officer Roslan Abdullah, Aishah, Muhammad Bakhtiar, UMW Toyota Motor Sdn Bhd marketing director Justin Kwan and Perodua Sales Sdn Bhd MD Datuk Dr Zahari Husin at the launch of the advertising and promotion campaign of the KL International Motor Show 2018. © Provided by Star Media Group Berhad Car show: (from left) Honda Malaysia Sdn Bhd president and chief operating officer Roslan Abdullah, Aishah, Muhammad Bakhtiar, UMW Toyota Motor Sdn Bhd marketing director Justin Kwan and Perodua Sales Sdn Bhd MD Datuk Dr Zahari Husin at the launch of the advertising and promotion campaign of the KL International Motor Show 2018.

KUALA LUMPUR: Visitors to Kuala Lumpur International Motor Show 2018 (KLIMS’18) will get a chance to drive home a Toyota C-HR, a Honda City and a Perodua Myvi.

Every entrance ticket purchased will stand a chance to win these exciting new cars in the KLIMS’18 Visitors’ Lucky Draw.

Also, each online purchase of KLIMS’18 entrance ticket at AirAsia Red Tix is entitled to one entry of fortnightly draws to win AirAsia return flights to Bangkok, Hong Kong, Bali, Taipei, Jakarta and Shanghai as well as the grand draw of AirAsia return flight to Tokyo.

The auto show is organised by Malaysian Automotive Association (MAA), and it will be held from Nov 23 to Dec 2 at the Malaysia International Trade and Exhibition Centre with the theme “Beyond Mobility”.

The opening hours are 11am to 10pm on weekdays and 10am to 10pm on weekends.

MAA president Datuk Aishah Ahmad said the auto show would feature exciting concept cars, innovative automotive products, and attractions such as vehicles developed and conceptualised by university students, exotic vehicles, the longest limousine in Malaysia and fancy customised art on bikes and vehicles.

“KLIMS’18 is the country’s launch pad for new passenger car models, bikes and commercial vehicles. After a five-year hiatus since the previous KLIMS, Malaysia’s iconic motor show will be back with exciting exhibits and attractions,” said Aishah at the launch of a KLIMS’18 advertising and promotion campaign officiated by Deputy Tourism, Arts and Culture Minister Muhammad Bakhtiar Wan Chik.

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