Vintage cars and motorbikes is preparing for the 2021 edition which will take place in Padova from 21 to 24 October.
The show was born over thirty years ago as a vintage car market. Initially dedicated exclusively to collectors, the event later developed into a reality capable of attracting the attention of those many car manufacturers who have been able to transform their history into a differentiating value over time.
Recognized as one of the most important international events, Vintage cars and motorbikes remains the largest heritage market in Europe, with a growing number of exhibitors, cars for sale and visitors.
An importance evidenced by the numbers: over 110 thousand square meters of exhibition divided into 11 pavilions, the presence of 1,600 exhibitors with 5 thousand cars and motorcycles on display and the participation of 130 thousand visitors.
The sectors include the market for motorcycles, vintage cars and spare parts, car manufacturers, where you can admire the new models and learn about their history, thematic exhibitions and the Future Hub.
The latter sector was created to create a bridge between the past and the future of the car. Here enthusiasts can touch the evolutions of the world of engines, the most innovative models presented by the major brands.
ASI Village debuts
Like every year, then, there will be no lack of novelties and unpublished exhibitions, starting with the new focus on vintage sports cars.
Among the 2021 novelties of Vintage cars and motorbikes, the ASI Village, organized by the Italian Historical Automotoclub and which will occupy half of Hall 4.
Around the usual stage for live events – a veritable agora of historic motorsport – there will be numerous stands reserved for the historic Federated ASI clubs that have joined the initiative to create a shared thematic space.
Bertone’s design is the fil rouge of ASI Village. The exhibition, in fact, includes a thematic exhibition interpreted by some of the most significant prototypes preserved in the ASI Bertone Collection. In the ASI Village, the public will be able to retrace over fifty years of Bertone design history, from the 1960s to the dawn of the second millennium, appreciating the different traits and trends that have developed over time.