Yamaha at the 2021 Bangkok International Motorshow
Date posted on March 24, 2021
And it’s back!
In Thailand at least, epic live motorshows are again happening with this week’s 42nd Bangkok International Motorshow (BIMS) from March 24 to April 1.
Held at the massive exhibition venue Challenger Hall, Impact Muang Thong Thani, it is organized annualy by Grand Prix International Public Company Limited (GPI).
Honda, Yamaha, Suzuki, KTM, Harley Davidson and Bajaj and many more car brands.
BIMS was one of the few big annual international motorshows that were not affected by the pandemic, having been able to stage their 2020 event before strict lockdowns and travel restrictions were inplemented in the region.
Like last year, strict health and safety measures are observed and visitors are required to wear face masks at all times, in addition to other measures like expanded walkways and hand sanitations in every booth.
Here are some photos form the Yamaha booth this year coutesy of Roronoa Solo and Yamaha. Highlights were Y Connect, the Tenere 700 and the 2021 models of XMAX 300 and NMAX.
Let’s hope and keep our fingers crossed that the situation gets better in our country by the last quarter of 2021 so we may again experience this kind of magic again.
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