2016 PakWheels Auto Show Will Display BMW i8, Nissan GT-R, Lamborghini, And Nissan Invader Among Others

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PakWheels has been organizing Auto Shows consistently for last 5-years in 6 different cities of Pakistan. From the year 2011 to 2015, PakWheels has showcased thousands of cars in front hundred thousands of people. There is no example of such exhibits in the history of Pakistan. And continuing the trend, PakWheels is starting the year 2016 with Lahore Auto Show. After that, the shows will be organized in cities of Multan, Islamabad, Peshawar, Faisalabad and finish the year with Karachi Auto Show.

pakwheels lahore auto show 2016

In Lahore Auto Show 2014, around 400 vehicles were put up for display. Cars such as exotics, modified, luxury including different bikes were shown at the show. This year BMW i8 and Nissan GT-R, which have just landed in Pakistan will be put on display at the auto show. Actor Fawad Khan also showed up at the event. He inaugurated the 2014 show and appreciated the efforts by Pakwheels and its team in organising such a unique event. Approximately 60,000 people attended the show.

 

Last year’s Auto Show once again brought people together for a fun-filled day. Lahore Auto Show 2015 had more cars than what we had in 2014 and attendance crossed one hundred thousand. The show was organized in Liberty Market and exotic cars like Lamborghini and Ferrari were present at the show. Other than such cars, what attracted people towards the show was the appearance of Pakistan pop singer and actor Ali Zafar. He also inaugurated the show and met with the fans in attendance.

We are moving towards 2016 Auto Show. The show was initially planned to be held in March but after continuous pressure from fans and auto enthusiasts, the show has been moved to February and will be held on coming Sunday 28th at Liberty Market, Lahore. Let’s wait and see who is going to be present at the show and how many cars will be present this upcoming PakWheels Lahore Auto Show 2016.

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  • Guest

    Nissan Patrol modified by some tuner house is called Nissan Patrol Invader N40. Sensational headline, isn’t it?

    Pakwheels puts a lot of effort in the motor show. Had they put even 1% of that effort on the English of this article, it would have been far better. one sentence talks about previous motor show, next sentence talks about next motor show. Next sentence in the same paragraph again talks about previous motor show. Shown by example:


    1. First sentence is about the past motor show: “In Lahore Auto Show 2014,
    around 400 vehicles were put up for display. Cars such as exotics,
    modified, luxury including different bikes were shown at the show.”

    2. Next sentence is about upcoming event: “This
    year BMW i8 and Nissan GT-R, which have just landed in Pakistan will be
    put on display at the auto show.”

    3. Third sentence is again about previous show: “Actor Fawad Khan also showed up at the
    event. He inaugurated the 2014 show and appreciated the efforts by
    Pakwheels and its team in organising such a unique event.”

    You people want to do your job or you think it’s a joke? Why don’t you get your act together and at least read your own articles before publishing. It’s a shame to see pw in such a state.

  • Ali Yawr

    Agreed!
    I would’ve been a little more interested if they actually had more news on the minutes of the Event than ‘which celebrity attended the event’. I can bet 90% of the petrol heads or automotive industry veterans have no interest in showbiz. They were probably at the event (or looking at the article) for the sole purpose of finding out what happened at the event in terms of ‘automotive’.

    The article gives me the impression it was a road-side event and not really a motor show.
    Hoping things change.

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