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These are the cars you’ll see at 2022 Manila International Auto Show

An extensive list of vehicles welcomes the return of the auto show

New cars aren't your thing? Head on over to the Custom and Classic Car competition. PHOTO FROM MANILA INTERNATIONAL AUTO SHOW

After two years of dormancy due to the pandemic, the Manila International Auto Show will be making a comeback for its 17th live staging at World Trade Center in Pasay City this April 7 to 10.

As the Philippines’ largest motoring event, this is home to massive exhibits from manufacturers showcasing the latest and greatest models all the way to individuals showing their prized rides to showgoers.

Deck the halls with cars and laughter from petrolheads of all ages. PHOTO FROM MANILA INTERNATIONAL AUTO SHOW

And if you’re curious about what manufacturers and cars will appear in this year’s show, here’s a list of the confirmed exhibitors and their vehicles. Do take note that there may be cars making their debuts at this show, so if you’ll want to see them in person, find the time to drop by.


  • Alsvin
  • Eado EV460
  • CS35 Plus
  • CS75 Plus
  • CS95


  • Tiggo 2
  • Tiggo 5X
  • Tiggo 7 Pro
  • Tiggo 8


  • All-new Trailblazer
  • Tracker
  • Suburban
  • Camaro
  • Corvette (C8)


  • Thunder
  • Toplander
  • Transvan
  • Traveller
  • Toano
  • Gratour


  • GA4
  • GS3
  • GS4
  • GS8
  • GN6
  • GN8


  • Azkarra
  • Coolray
  • Emgrand
  • Okavango


  • Quattroporte
  • Ghibli
  • Levante


  • 5
  • HS
  • ZS
  • ZST
  • RX


  • New Xpander
  • Mirage
  • Mirage G4
  • Montero Sport Black Series
  • Strada Athlete Black Series
  • Xpander Black Series


  • 3008
  • 5008
  • Traveller Premium


  • Navara
  • Terra
  • Almera
  • Urvan
  • 370Z
  • GT-R
  • Leaf


  • Forester
  • All-new BRZ


  • S90
  • XC90
  • XC40
  • XC60
The Russ Swift stunt driving show will be making a return to wow crowds. PHOTO FROM MANILA INTERNATIONAL AUTO SHOW

Of course, there are other events and exhibitions to take note of during the event.

Fans of the Russ Swift Stunt Driving Show will be elated as the Guinness World Record holder will be back to perform his crazy stunts in the latest Subaru models.

The Custom and Classic car competition will be making a return, with special exhibitors like Motul Philippines that will be bringing in a trio of race cars: the Ferrari 488 Challenge, the McLaren GT4 Sprint, and the Mercedes-Benz SLS GT3.

Lego will exhibit real-life and brick versions of the Jeep Wrangler, alongside BMW and Ducati motorcycles. And if you’ve been eyeing a specific set, special discounts will be given at the show. And speaking of motorcycles, Mutt Motorcycles, a UK brand that specializes in retro-style bikes with a modern twist, will also be debuting and showing off its portfolio as well.

Method Wheels (known for its high-performance off-road wheels) will be showing off vehicles equipped with its wheels. And finally, Porsche Design, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary, will be exhibiting its various pieces at the show.

Excited? You can purchase tickets in advance at this website. See you there!

Sam Surla

Sam is the youngest member of our editorial team. And he is our managing editor (believe it or not). He specializes in photography and videography, but he also happens to like writing about cars a lot.