Milano Monza Motor Show

The Milano Monza Motor Show will take place from 18 to 21 June 2020, surrogate and
revolutionary compared to the big international motor shows. Not just stationary exhibitions,
but the presentation of models and innovations through dynamic parades.
An innovative concept, which wants to reach out to young people by bringing the automobile
back to the centre of information, with a language that is fresh, dynamic and modern: most
certainly a goal that will materialize, thanks to the collaboration with Sky, which will
definitely transform the Milano Monza Motor Show into a television format that will then be
share by Sky partnered European and US television networks.
Departing the MonzaAutodrome at 3.10pm, the Sky crew will broadcast the
President Parade live on arrival in Piazza Duomo, the Cathedral Square in Milan,
on 18 June 2020 at 8 pm. The President Parade is the event that turns the tables
on the presentation model of previewing: at the Milano Monza Motor Show
presidents and CEO’s will get behind the wheel of their models on the starting grid
of the Monza Formula 1 circuit, transforming the traditional salon unveiling into a “round the
track unveiling” and for the audience in Piazza Duomo a red carpet parade. The Journalist
Parade, which leaves Monza at 5.10 pm ending at Castello Sforzesco in Milan, is a new
opportunity for the public to get a glimpse of the latest innovations from automobile
manufacturers in dynamic mode, this time driven by the most acknowledged Italian and
international journalists.
The Sky television broadcast will also present different subjects and interviews concerning
automobiles and mobility in detail.
Together with Sky TG24, also Sky Sport that will follow the event.
Andrea Levy talks about the Milano Monza Motor Show: “The partnership with Sky allows
the Milano Monza Motor Show to be innovative not only for its dynamic concept and the
extraordinary location hosting it, the Monza Autodrome. But, it will be the first Motor Show
to give the news on the latest brands and themes of future mobility to a great number of
viewers, in a spectacular way.”
Organized in collaboration with ACI, the Milano Monza Motor Show will offer over 14 hours
of entertainment for the public every day of the show — The Monza Autodrome, the
undisputed temple of speed will designate the 5.8 km Formula 1 track, the 4.3 km high speed
Oval track and over 10 km of off- and on-road circuits inside the Park of Monza to automobile
and speed enthusiasts.
The audience will have the opportunity to attend Formula 1 cars shows and the stars of
motorsports, and visit the stands of automobile manufacturers presenting their latest
innovations and the top models in their range, as well as test drive them, including the
electrics, not only on-road but also in the area dedicated to the off-road experience, all this
amidst the greenery in the Park of Monza. The super cars paddock and the motorsports
paddock will exhilarate speed lovers, while an entire area dedicated to classic cars exhibiting
the most beautiful “automobiles” of all time is to be assembled for enthusiasts of the classic
All the news of the Milano Monza Open-Air Motor Show will be presented on Wednesday
18 December at 12 pm in a press conference to be held in the Palazzo Lombardia press room.
The presentation, given by Sky TG24 motoring news presenter, Massimo Di Pietrantonio,
will be attended by Andrea Levy, President of the Milano Monza Open-Air Motor Show,
Giuseppe De Bellis, director of Sky TG24 news, Guido Meda, deputy director of Sky TG24,
Angelo Sticchi Damiani, President of ACI (Italian Automobile Club), Attilio Fontana,
President of the Lombardy Region, Dario Allevi, Mayor of Monza, and Andrea Cardinali,
Director General of UNRAE (National Union Representative of Foreign Automobiles).
Expecting 500,000 visitors, over 40 brands and more than 10,000 cars from enthusiasts
worldwide, TicketOne is selling tickets for the Milano Monza Motor Show on their website
(entire day €20, reduced evening €10), and up-to-date information for the event, taking place
from 18 to 21 June 2020 at the Monza circuit, is available on

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