Pakwheels Auto Show 2014 – Karachi


The Pakwheels Auto Show 2014 – Karachi is here! Get ready to witness Karachi’s rarest vehicles and bikes from different years, makes, models and displacements all at one place! Couple that with fun activities and you have the perfect family outing.

Date: September 14th, 2014 (Sunday)

Timing: 11AM-9PM

Venue: Expo Center, Gulshan-e-Iqbal

Entry: FREE

Categories of vehicles will be as follows:

– Classic/vintage
– Sports cars/exotics
– Luxury/exotics
– SUV’s/4X4′s/pick-ups
– Bikes/Quad Bikes/trikes etc
– Project cars/concepts/modified*

If you want to display your vehicle at the show and it fits into one or more of the categories above then fill out the registration form below:

Once you have filled the registration form, the Pakwheels management team will get in touch with you shortly for confirmation.

Here is some information and some rules, which one will have to follow at the show:

1. The Pakwheels management, organizers and members will not be responsible in case of any unfortunate event.
2. Rights of admission is reserved.
3. Spectators are not allowed to sit in participants vehicles.
4. Participants are required to park their vehicles at the assigned location(s).

For further questions/information, you may contact the given numbers:

Baber Khan: 0345-2545609

Ahmad Saeed: 0300-8471065

  • Shahid Waqas

    Worst organised auto show I have ever been to. Parking issues with no proper plan. Entering the hall was a nightmare as only 1 door open.
    Definitely not a place to go with family. Motorbikes allowed to rev engines inside the closed roof hall causing choking smoke for attendees. The main hall was full and badly arranged with crowd pushing and shoving to see the cars on display.
    On exit the main door was closed on one side so only a single gate open for those coming in and going out. A nightmare to exit.
    Finally the traffic jam to get out of the Expo Centre was horrendous due to a total lack of planning by the organisers.
    Give this auto show a miss. It’s a horrible experience.