The next Hypermotion is being brought forward to September 2021, when it will talk place alongside Automechanika Frankfurt for the first time – over the first three days of the event from September 14-16, 2021. This creates numerous synergies for participants of both events, show organizers say.

“We believe there is tremendous development potential for our customers, including in electromobility, hydrogen drive and synthetic fuels – fields that will be shaping the future.”

Michael Johannes, Vice President Mobility & Logistics at Messe Frankfurt

Next year will be the first time that Hypermotion is held alongside Automechanika Frankfurt, a leading international trade fair for the automotive aftermarket. It will take place during the first three days of the event – from September, 14-16 – while Automechanika is open to visitors from September 14-18.

The digitalization, disruption and decarbonization megatrends that are the focal point of Hypermotion are also impacting the automotive aftermarket. Furthermore, intermodality is becoming more important for the supplier and parts industry, as well as for trade and the field of workshop services.

“We want to bring together these events’ participants who are driving tomorrow’s mobility from the automotive, mobility and logistics industries,” said Michael Johannes, Vice President Mobility & Logistics at Messe Frankfurt. “We believe there is tremendous development potential for our customers, including in electromobility, hydrogen drive and synthetic fuels – fields that will be shaping the future.”

The organizer believes that there is a great deal of overlap in topics such as fleet management, product development and mobility services, as well as IT and software- based services. The topic of supply chain management, which is also the focus of a conference at Hypermotion, offers attractive interfaces and areas of relevance for our platform and Automechanika exhibitors in particular.


For the latest news and information on the global automotive aftermarket industry, visit https://aftermarketintel.com. Do you have news? Contact Aftermarket Intel Editor Mark Phillips at mark@lpnewmedia.com.

Join your colleagues in the global automotive aftermarket. Get the Aftermarket Intel Briefing, edited by Mark Phillips, AAP.

* indicates required