Motorexpo returns to Brookfield Place, in the heart of Toronto’s downtown financial district this week until Friday 29th June. The whole area will be transformed into a free-to-enjoy auto extravaganza.
Produced in partnership with Brookfield Office Properties, attendees to the 2012 Toronto Motorexpo will have the chance to check-out the hottest new automotive trends in a relaxed, business environment and enjoy unparalleled access to vehicles from many of the world’s top automotive makers. Just some of the vehicles on display for visitors to enjoy will be the Aston Martin V8 vantage, Audi A7, the all-new Bentley Continental GT and GTC V8, Hyundai’s Equus and Genesis, the new Infiniti JX, 2012 Jaguar XF, Land Rover’s LR4 HSE Luxury Limited Edition, the All-New Lexus GS, the new Porsche Boxster and the Rolls Royce Ghost, to name just a few.
“We are delighted to be returning to Brookfield Place and look forward to bringing our unique free-to-attend auto show to Toronto once again so that local residents, the downtown business population and all automotive enthusiasts can savor the latest vehicles on the market,” said Motorexpo CEO Graeme Carver.
“Our unrivalled format allows everyone the chance to get up close and personal with the latest vehicles that many of the world’s best manufacturers have to offer, all of which will be positioned throughout the world-class location that is Brookfield Place!”
“On behalf of Brookfield Office Properties, I welcome you to the 2012 Toronto Motorexpo. We are proud to once again display the newest and most dynamic automobiles from around the world to Toronto’s downtown residents, visitors and workforce,” said Brookfield Office Properties’ President and CEO of Canadian Commercial Operations, Jan Sucharda.
“At Brookfield, we strive to present engaging exhibitions and performances within the public spaces at our properties, enhancing the experience for our office tenants and visitors alike. So get ready to experience the best of what the automotive industry has to offer. We hope you enjoy the 2012 Toronto Motorexpo.”
The Toronto Motorexpo is modeled after the successful Canary Wharf London Motorexpo that has taken place annually since 1996. In the last two weeks, the London Motorexpo welcomed more than 400,000 visitors, making it the UK’s largest auto show event. Motorexpo is also a firm fixture on New York’s automotive calendar and is set to return to the World Financial Center in Lower Manhattan, also owned by Brookfield