There are also vintage cars, luxury cars and electric cars.
BRATISLAVA. On the last day of April, the 29th Bratislava Motor Show started at the Incheba Expo in Bratislava.
New car lovers will find something for their everyday users, as well as luxury pieces, whose price is well over 100,000 euros, whether fans of electric cars or beautiful veterans.
The Skoda stand resembles the ice rink, visitors can watch table hockey in addition to the new Scala hatchback and the small Kamiq SUV.
Hyundai has prepared the entrainment of the sail from the sportierly tuned version of the best-selling SUV in Slovakia, Hyundai Tucson N-line. Miss Slovakia's finalists revealed the car.
The new Mazda 3 in the Sedan version has also seen its Central European premiere. There are also five new models at Toyota's stand, a new generation of the Peugeot 208 Peugeot or a stylish Volkswagen T-Cross.
The electric cars will be captivated by the futuristic concept of Renault Trezor, but also by the European car of 2019, which became Jaguar I-Pace. Visitors can also see the Detriot Electric electric car from 1918.
Also interesting is the exhibition of American and Czechoslovak veterans, among them a rare prototype of the Tatra 603A, which became part of one private Czech collection.
You will also be pleased to see the exhibition of historic pedal cars for children, including the legendary Moskvich.
In addition to adult test drives, children can also try out the Mini Autosalon.
The Motor Show is open from 30 April to 5 May daily from 09:00 to 19:00.
Admission for adults costs between 8 and 10 euros, or can be given free of charge for the exhibition, if they use the Škoda Autosalon Express and take a ride to the Scala exhibition grounds.
The starting points will be in front of the Main Railway Station, the SNP Square in front of the former ČSOB Bank headquarters and on Hviezdoslav Square, next to the Park Inn Hotel. Express will operate every day from Wednesday, May 1 to Sunday, May 5 during the opening hours of the Motor Show.