The show will host 3,500 exhibitors from 21 countries and regions from 1 to 4 December at the National Exhibition and Convention Center (Shanghai)

The influence of future mobility, new energy solutions, a resilient consumer market and an evolving regulatory environment are sending ripples of innovation around the automotive ecosystem.
The 17th edition of Automechanika Shanghai will adopt a theme of Innovation4Mobility to play into a unique way of presenting China’s transformational direction in the automotive industry to a global audience.
Themes under this concept will echo the country’s ‘four new modernisations’ (electrification, intelligence, connectivity and sharing) and ‘dual carbon goals.’
The show draws attention to the fundamental changes in the supply chain and consumer market by leveraging Innovation4Mobility in four specialised areas: the Innovation4Mobility Mainstage (Hall 2.1), A New Era of Commercial Vehicles (North Hall), Green Repair (Hall 7.2) and Motorsport and High Performance (Hall 8.2).
The Innovation4Mobility Mainstage will champion the advancing technologies and innovations in the value chain, while Parts and Components is a key sector highlighting how digitalisation and electrification enable higher efficiency and connectivity. 
Elsewhere, Tomorrow’s Service and Mobility prepares to cover opportunities that extend to both the alternative drive technologies and the e-mobility chain.
Additionally, A New Era of Commercial Vehicles will go even further to address the role of commercial vehicles in the logistics industry with a scenario-based display of the hydrogen energy supply chain. 
Innovation is also sweeping across the Diagnostics and Repair / Body and Paint sector with exhibitors to present their latest after-sales solutions.
The Green Repair area will see new energy vehicle automakers, battery companies and training institutes offer vital knowledge transfer to cultivate talent in the maintenance of batteries and electric power control units, as well as learn about insulated workshop environments. 
Exhibitors in the Services and Supply Chain zone will become leading examples of companies developing new business models around connectivity, digitalisation, data sharing and tech-savvy vehicle owners; while Accessories and Customising sectors will also feature new energy vehicle lubricants and car tuning. 
The Motorsport and High Performance area will showcase leading brands and motorsport displays, as well as offer technical seminars, and experience sharing. 
Other value-added services will include AMS Live, Match Up, skills training, and visits to new energy vehicle industrial parks and institutions. At the show, more than 50 fringe events will touch upon advancements in mobility, environmental protection and more.

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