Ready. Set. GO!! The Durban Motor Show Has Driven Into Town And Is Going To Rev Up Some Engines!

This weekend, car enthusiasts around the city will feel like kids in a candy store when they see what the show has line up for them. Bringing in some of the slickest modern road monsters, show organizers have also brought the old school muscle to pack some serious clout!
Durban is renowned for their petrol heads and car culture. So it comes as no surprise that the annual Motor Show is a “must-do” on many people’s list. This year has some great family treats as well that will see little ones gleefully chugging along on the 150m train track set up with a miniature steam engine. A Durban first and undoubtedly a huge treat for the family.

Mini Steam Train

Mini Steam Train At The Motorshow

What To Expect

A new show feature called In the Ring With Chad will blow the lid off a Pandora’s Box of modern beauties alongside classic cars. Even the most casual petrol head will be brought up to speed with static start demonstrations and detailed information on vehicles displayed, all led by Ignition TV presenter Chad Luckhoff.

Aventador8 At The Durban Motor Show

Aventador8 At The Durban Motor Show

The Redline Village premieres with the sole aim of taking on the ADRENALIN JUNKIES! There visitors will be thrilled by the antics of the le Riche Brothers, and taken high with SevenSeven0Sport’s FREEFALL bag jump which includes daily demonstrations of trick bike tow-in’s on motorcycles.
The age-old crowd favourite Bash A Bakkie will give sledgehammer smashing visitors a chance to dent a car. Or fans can hop on the wheelie simulator by Mallaz Customs to test their skills on a Honda Fireblade.
Classic Beauties

Classic Beauties To See At The Motorshow

At The Fastlane, presented by The Post, the Gforce Tyres Show ‘n Shine and RDG Dyno Wars will mesmerise on Saturday, and The Soundlab Sound Off powered by Macpower goes live and loud on Sunday. All entrants will receive certificates, with trophies and prizes going to winners.
Durban Motor Show

Durban Motor Show

Entrance Fees And Times

The show will run from today the 07th until Sunday 09th at the Durban Exhibition Centre.
Tickets can be purchased via Computicket or at the door.
Ticket Prices are as follows:
Adults: R100
Pensioners: R65
Children under 12 get in for FREE
Times For The Show Are:
Friday: 14:00 to 21:00
Saturday: 10:00 to 21:00
Sunday: 10:00 to 18:00

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