- The NCBA-KMI Kenya Motorshow is making a comeback after a four-year break.
- NCBA is the title sponsor and has pumped Sh8 million into the motorshow that is set to attract more than 10,000 attendees.
The Kenya Motor Industry Association (KMIA) on Monday announced the return of the NCBA-KMI Motorshow after a four-year hiatus.
KMIA Chairman Naresh Leekha says the event will be bigger and is slated for September 15-17, 2023 at the Sarit Center Expo Hall.
According to Leekha, more than 20 automotive and ancillary brands have confirmed their participation in this year's event.
The NCBA-KMI Motorshow 2023 is themed "The Connection" and industry players are expected to showcase their latest technological developments in the automotive industry.
Among brands that have confirmed their attendance are Kingsway Tyres, Silverstone, Inchcape, Subaru, Autoexpress, Crown Motors, Tata International, Simba Corporation, CFAO Motors and Caetano.
NCBA is the title sponsor and has pumped Sh8 million into the motorshow that is set to attract more than 10,000 attendees.
Speaking during the launch, NCBA Group Managing Director John Gachora said the partnership between NCBA and KMI shows their pledge to developing the automotive industry in Kenya.
"As leaders in the asset financing in Kenya and East Africa, we share in the goal of creating sustainable transport in Kenya, by providing access to affordable financing options," Gachora said.