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The 1st International Motor Show of Monaco (SIAM) opens Thursday, February 16, with three venues to choose from.
Starting at 10 am, HSH Prince Albert will open the show, which lasts until Sunday, February 19, on the Quai Albert 1er, the Place du Casino and the Place du Palais. The show is dedicated to innovation, prestige and ecology, the organisers say.
The Monegasque manufacturer Monte Carlo Automobile will present the Tecno MonteCarlo, an exceptional car in a world premiere. The Tecno Montecarlo W12 is capable of reaching 300 kph. Tesla S and X, Porsche 919 Hybrid, Mercedes Electric, and the latest Renault concept car, the Trezor, will also be in the line-up.
On the sidelines of the exhibition of eco-friendly cars, the Grimaldi Forum will host a forum on the theme “Ecological Automobile and Innovation”, organised in partnership with the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation, on Friday, February 17, from 9 am to 6 pm.
Entrance to the International Motor Show of Monaco is €15. Access is free for children under-10.
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