Due to other commitments clashing, I missed out on the first weekend of the Kuala Lumpur International Motor Show 2013. Initially never thought about visiting it at all since I'm not good in cars but after an official invitation from Volkswagen Malaysia to visit their booth, my interest and curiosity was sparked and hence made the determination to head on down during it's final week of the motor show.
For this years KLIMS13, it was held at the Putra World Trade Centre and the duration of the exhibition ran from 15-24 November 2013.
The theme this year is Efficiency In Motion.
During my presence there, it was around 11am and already the place was packed with car enthusiasts and visitors alike. It has been recorded an increasing number of visitors per day when KLIMS13 entered it's final days with Day 7 receiving a count of 23,868 visitors totaling the amount of visitors from the opening day till Day 7 = 134,117.
First thing that could be seen once entering into the Hall 2 was the displays by Lexus. I struggled with camera battery problems even during the early stages of my visit and had to occasionally settle with some blurry and dark pics that were taken from my mobile phone camera so apologies for the not so clear photos on some.
Other cars that were on display by Lexus were the LS460 Luxury:
And the RX350 F Sport:
Right across from the Lexus booth setup is the Toyota booth.
The Toyota had a Catwalk Showtime during the period I was there and they showcase their bevy of beauties ala Car Show Models:
The rest of Toyota's repertoire showcase cars are such as the Vios TRD Sportivo which is widely known in the market:
As for their Camry Hybrid, well, they do have a really pretty looking model posing there. LOL.
Over right at the front was a booth on Ecotint showcasing a sporty looking car:
Some of the cars featured were the Q50:
Their concept car on display, the Evster:
Moving along, other exhibitors at this hall, Isuzu which had their D-Max series the highlight. Their photo booth was a hit with people having to line up to get a shot and their picture:
And the Note:
sweetyoungmalaysiangirls/Dustyhawk/Lionel Goh/Serge Norguard thing so fresh in the news. Haha
Subaru had a very long booth at the hall. Things of highlight to me, the Subaru XV:
In Hall 3, it seems a little chaotic in there and don't seem to be as organized. I stopped on by the Peugeot booth since I do quite like their cars. They had the 2008 Urban SUV on a pedestal which will be available early next year:
Here are the color codes that are available:
By the time I'm done with the hall, it was getting quite late and I had to go so that I can make it to the next event so I gave the upstairs Dewan Merdeka where Ford and Hyundai was displaying a miss.
I'll be posting up on Volkswagen Malaysia's display on the next post, so stay tune!