Every show needs a slogan...
The 'Eco-Festival' happened from March 26th to April 6th 2010.
BMW showed its Z4 in Pearl White,
Proton from Malaysia its Neo in copper,
Volkswagen its new Scirocco in green
and Lexus the LF-Ch in yellow.
Bentley's showcase in Pearl White was just another highlite of the show.
Honda, The Power of Dreams, showed its Honda Collection of Beautiful Girls. Even without visitors Honda's boothes were full of people...
A few manufacturer from China showed their cars, but compared with Suzuki and Proton, the vehicles are simply too expensive.
Adly, made for fun and therefore expensive: 375'000 Baht until 475'000 Baht.
Vespa, a legend tries to make a comeback in Thailand, but with prices between 99'000 and 325'000 Baht - Piaggio seems to dream.
Kawasaki presented a bunch of attractive motorcycles, many of them in Kawasaki's eye-catching green color.
Suzuki's Jelato, Suzuki's answer to Yamaha's successful Fino.
An eye-catching Yamaha
and an eye-catching Honda.
Honda showed a Carabao version of its successful answer to Yamaha's Fino.
Honda's original Monkey bike
and its copy from China's Skyteam. It will hit Thailand's market as Mini Gi O...
P-bike, Thailand's distributor for Skyteam presented the Mini Solo, a beautiful small bike. It attracted a lot of visitors during the show.
Stallion R6, a 150cc bike, also imported by P-bike, is manufactured by Jinashe, a state-owned manufacturer from Chongqing in China. The company claims to have a joint-venture with Yamaha. The R6 is known in China to be one of the few Chinese-produced motorcyles with electronic fuel injection.
Yamaha's ideas for the next generation of motorcycle: Yes, we are different.
Honda's dream of an electric motorcycle: Modern technology in a retro look.
For your girlfriend: The dream of her own business comes true.
For Tourist Police volunteers
and emergency volunteers (working for Bangkok Hospital Pattaya)!
All vehicles produced by Stallion.
Ecology was the slogan of this year's show, but most manufacturers presented at least one vehicle inspired by Hummer: Cars that never saw a wind tunnel.
Sometimes I am dreaming of a car like this:
An adventure to drive, but easy to repair. Fuss-free and without any electronics!