What to expect from the Singapore Motorshow 2023: Latest vehicles, chance to win a car, celebs, stunts and more

There’ll also be exciting stunt shows daily by three-time Guinness World Record holder Russ Swift, who will perform stunts like swift parking, J-turns, donuts and dance routines.

Visitors with a general public ticket will stand a chance to win a Subaru Impreza 5D 2.0i-S Eyesight AWD CVT worth S$90,800 (without COE) or a Nissan Kicks e-POWER Premium worth S$76,800 (without COE).

If that’s not enough, participating brands will also be pulling out all the stops to welcome visitors. Visit the Subaru booth for a crash test at Subaru’s Virtual Reality Lab, experience the Toyota Gazoo Racing Gran Turismo Cup with racing simulator gigs and visit Motul for a chance to win exciting giveaways.  

Singapore Motorshow 2023 is presented by Motor Traders Association of Singapore (MTA) in partnership with Mediacorp.

Said Toh Dasheng, Mediacorp’s Head of Industry Solutions: “Since the last Motorshow in 2020, many of us have missed the sight of new cars on display in all their gleaming splendour alongside the buzz of the many exciting on-site activities. With Mediacorp’s celebrities set to add a dash of stardust to the show as they engage with fans and car enthusiasts alike, we look forward to working with MTA to create a thrilling comeback of Singapore’s biggest and longest running premium motoring event!”

Physical tickets are available for purchase at Suntec Singapore Concourse Level 3, priced at S$12 for preview tickets (Jan 12 from 1pm to 9pm) and S$8 for general public tickets. General public tickets are available on the Sistic website and app, with an additional booking fee of S$1.20 per ticket. Children below the height of 1.2m get in for free.