TURIN – The cancellation of the 69th Turin International Motor Show has deep ramifications for the Italian auto industry, many here are saying. Redesigned into a new format, the 2002 biannual show was to run from April 25 through May 5. Officially named AuTOnext, the international exhibition planned to focus on concept cars, new products, design, body engineering and on-board electronics. Promotor International, the organizer of the very successful Bologna Motor Show and, since 1992, of ...
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