The Vancouver International Auto Show will return to the Vancouver Convention Centre West (VCC), following a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, from March 23-27, 2022.
As British Columbia moves ahead with its reopening plan, COVID-19 event restrictions have been lifted allowing for full capacity at venues such as the VCC for double-vaccinated attendees. The organizers will ensure the strictest compliance with provincial health orders and prioritize the health and safety of all visitors and participants throughout the duration of the landmark event.
“After detailed planning and in-depth discussions with our valued partners, we are extremely excited to welcome back visitors to the Vancouver International Auto Show,” said Blair Qualey, president and CEO of the New Car Dealers Association of BC (NCDA), which also presents the annual Show. “This has been a few years coming, so we are finally counting down the days until we can welcome guests to the Show, which will spotlight a host of new models, features and other exciting developments in the industry.”
“After such a challenging period, we would like to thank our partners for their ongoing support and the Vancouver Convention Centre for their long-standing relationship without which we wouldn’t be in a position to stage a return of this wonderful event,” concluded Qualey.
Organizers of the Vancouver International Auto Show are pleased to announce that the event will feature the largest electric and advanced technology showcase in the history of the Auto Show. The exhibit, EVerything EV, will include a significant electric vehicle display with EV’s from the world’s most important manufacturers, technology displays, electric charging displays and information, test drives of a wide range of electric vehicles, as well as a stage featuring leading experts, panelists, and industry specialists to provide consumers with the latest related to this fast-moving sector.