You could win a car at the 2023 Singapore Motorshow
Singapore - It goes without saying, the Singapore Motorshow is the largest and most prominent motoring event in Singapore. It’s an event that hardly needs an introduction but we’ll give you one anyway since the last motorshow happened way back in 2020.
It's all happening from the 12th to 15th of January of 2023 at levels 3 and 4 of the Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Centre. With 24 participating automotive brands, visitors should expect to see the latest and upcoming models from the various carmakers, as well as expect all the activities and all the action that we’ve grown accustomed to over the years.
A fan of stunt driving? Well, head on down and catch stunt performances by three-time Guinness World Record holder Russ Swift perform J-turns, donuts and Swift Parking. If you’re lucky, you could even hop on board and join him to be part of the action (from the passenger seat).
A fan of local television? You’re in luck. Across the 4-day event, there will be special appearances by several Mediacorp celebrities and artistes including (and not limited to) Rebecca Lim, Pierre Png, Elvin Ng, Kym Ng and He Ying Ying. You could even meet Radio DJs from Yes 933 at Honda’s booth.
And of course, the event also features every Singaporean’s favourite thing, a lucky draw.
Specifically, a lucky draw that gives two lucky visitors a chance to walk away with a car. The two cars up for grabs are the Subaru Impreza 5D 2.0 and a Nissan Kicks e-POWER. Anyone with a general public ticket will stand a chance to win either of the two cars and the results of the draw will be announced at 9pm on the 15th of January 2023.
Of course, there are terms and conditions and you’d have to fork out the COE premiums yourself, but a car is a car. And you could win one.
Tickets are available for purchase at Suntec Singapore Concourse Level 3. Prices start at S$8 for general public tickets, S$12 for preview tickets. Alternatively, general public tickets can be purchased on SISTIC’s website or app, but you’ll incur an additional booking fee of S$1.20.
So, if you like cars, more cars and the chance to win a car, get your tickets soon.
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