Chengdu Motor Show 2020 kicks off with more than 1,500 vehicles from over 120 renowned auto brands. The exhibition, from July 24 to August 2, is the first of China's top four class-A passenger vehicle shows to return since the COVID-19 pandemic. It's expected to drive automotive recovery, boost market confidence and enlarge domestic consumption. With the government gradually relaxing restrictions and introducing measures to stimulate consumption, the automobile industry is ushering in a robust recovery, as claimed by the organizer.
CGTN reporter Meng Qingsheng takes a tour of the auto show and speaks with the organizer, automakers and consumers.