Taipei AMPA Show 2024: Unveiling the future of the automotive aftermarket

As one of the largest automotive trade shows globally, Taipei AMPA 2024 is expected to host nearly 1,000 exhibitors across more than 2,800 booths, attracting industry-leading automotive and motorcycle manufacturers.

The Taipei AMPA/AutoTronics is set to make a grand return in its 2024 edition, bringing together three significant trade shows under its umbrella: “Taipei AMPA,” “AUTOTRONICS TAIPEI,” and “2035 E-Mobility Taiwan.”

This amalgamation aims to present the entire automotive and motorcycle industry in one comprehensive showcase, from April 17-20 at the Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center Hall 1 (TaiNEX1).

As one of the largest automotive trade shows globally, Taipei AMPA 2024 is expected to host nearly 1,000 exhibitors across more than 2,800 booths, attracting industry-leading automotive and motorcycle manufacturers.

Aftermarket Intel Editor & Video Host Mark Phillips will take the stage at the Taipei AMPA/AutoTronics show forum in Taipei on April 19 at 10 a.m. for a 30-minute session that will explore automotive trends, market transformations and provide insights into the automotive market in the U.S. 

Taipei AMPA/AutoTronics is poised to cement its position as the go-to event for enthusiasts, manufacturers, buyers, distributors, traders and all powersport and 2-wheeler fans.

The show offers a glimpse into the 360º automotive and motorcycle ecosystem, showcasing everything from traditional fuel vehicles to the latest cutting-edge electric vehicles and C.A.S.E trends, along with all the encompassing essential aftermarket auto parts, components, and accessories for global attendees.

Taiwan, renowned as “The Kingdom of Motorcycle” and a major source of aftermarket car parts, will shine brightly throughout the show. Taipei AMPA has emerged as the premier destination for high-quality OEM and ODM auto parts and accessories. The success of the 2023 edition attracted more than 50,000 visitors from 103 countries worldwide, making it a truly international affair.

Looking ahead to the upcoming 2024 edition, the show will highlight four themes:

[RE:DUCE]: A dedicated focus on sustainability, environmental responsibility, and striving towards achieving a net-zero impact on the planet.

[RE:THINK]: Exploring breakthrough innovations and alternative energy sources that drive the automotive industry forward.

[RE:SECURE]: Emphasizing cutting-edge advancements in vehicle safety, ensuring the protection of drivers, passengers, pedestrians, and robust digital safety measures against cyber-attacks.

[RE:CONNECT]: Nurturing collaboration and synergies among industry stakeholders, strengthening the automotive supply chain for a more connected future.


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