How the largest and most prestigious motor exhibition in East Africa went down (photos)

The event running from 29th June - 1st July was the perfect platform for some of the biggest names in the East and Central African automotive industry to line up to showcase their best cars and machines.

The three-day event, organised by the Kenya Motor Industry Association in partnership with Total Kenya is a bi-annual event that brings together all the major automotive dealers under one roof.

The vehicles on show ranged from motorcycles to sports cars and trucks, and featured some of the latest cars and SUVs.

Alongside cars, other exhibitors such as financial institutions, insurance companies, and numerous auto-related firms selling all manner of car accessories such as parts, paints, tyres and trailers also pitched their tents at KICC.

According to the organizers’ well over 30,000 motorists and their families graced the three-day event.

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