IAA Mobility 2023, new motto and revised concept for the Munich exhibition
At the premiere of the new IAA MOBILITY 2021, the mobility show thrilled more than 400,000 visitors under difficult corona conditions. Next September, IAA MOBILITY aims to build on the success of 2021. The aim is to show what will move people tomorrow.
IAA Mobility 2023 will take place from September 5 to 10 in Munich. The biennial exhibition should not be confused with IAA Transportation, another biennial exhibition held every two years. The second edition of the Munich exhibition will be focused on sustainable and intelligently connected mobility solutions, under the new motto “Experience Connected Mobility”.
At the premiere of the new IAA MOBILITY 2021, the mobility show thrilled more than 400,000 visitors under difficult corona conditions. Next September, IAA MOBILITY aims to build on the success of 2021. The aim is to show what will move people tomorrow, from automobiles to micro-vehicles and bicycles to new solutions for public transport.
IAA Mobility 2023
The exhibitors and partners at IAA MOBILITY 2023 will present the diversity of a mobility of the future that
brings people even closer together – sustainably, digitally and intelligently networked. Connectivity stands for a whole universe of possibilities for developing new mobility solutions, improving existing ones and making mobility as a whole safer, more convenient and more efficient. This transformation thrives on the close interaction of different modes of transport, companies from technology, IT, consumer electronics, telecommunications with manufacturers and suppliers of vehicles and micromobility.
“Our goal is to make this global innovative power tangible for all target groups at the IAA MOBILITY,
because an innovation is only established when it is used by the majority of society. At the same time, we want to promote discourse and active exchange between different stakeholders. That’s why we also very deliberately chose our motto for IAA MOBILITY 2023: Experience Connected Mobility,” commented Jürgen Mindel, Managing Director VDA.