The answer is a resounding yes. A car may be an inorganic object, yet people say "I love my car." All cars satisfy the basic human drive for mobility, but some also win the love of their owners. This outcome might have surprised those who invented the automobile. The love a car inspires never fades, no matter how outmoded the vehicle’s technology may become. Automobiles created by our forebears still evoke wonderment. The forward looking vision of their design impresses us today even as it inspires dreams of the mobility of tomorrow.
The Automobile Council presents the world’s classic and vintage cars within their historical context and with respect for the aspirations of the vehicles’ creators. Our mission is to create an environment that supports access to, and operation of heritage cars – the fertile ground from which car culture has grown and flourished over the decades. Come and renew your love for great automobiles. Join us in expanding the understanding and appreciation of heritage cars in Japan and around the world.
|Name||AUTOMOBILE COUNCIL 2021|
|Theme||CLASSIC MEETS MODERN|
|Venue||Makuhari Messe (2-1 Nakase Mihama-ku, Chiba City, Chiba Prefecture)|
|Date and time||Private viewing: April 9 (Fri) 9:00-17:00 (Press/ Limited public tickets for 3,000 people)
General public days: April 10 (Sat)-11 (Sun) 9:00-17:00 (No more than 5,000 visitors on the grounds at once)
|Organizer||AUTOMOBILE COUNCIL 2021 Executive Committee|
|Sponsors||Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry
Japan Automobile Importers Association (JAIA)
※ 2020 Performance