When the left wing of the museum was renovated, two workshops were set up. The ‘authentic workshop’ pays tribute to the vintage car collector Ghislain Mahy, co-founder and owner of the Mahy collection on display in the museum. The layout and decor recreates the atmosphere of the original Mahy garage in Ghent. In addition, there is a modern workshop, a contemporary garage with a fully functional ramp. This can be used to restore and repair vintage cars in the museum.
In February, Autoworld has much more to
offer than just the Love Bugs Parade.
By the end of the month, the various new areas in the left-hand section of the museum will be completed. We will install two garages, a classic workshop (a reconstruction of the old workshop of Ghislain Mahy, the well-known collector who housed a large part of his collection at Autoworld) and a modern workshop with a bridge crane and all the necessary equipment for repairing cars. From now on you can find the microcars up high, where they are exhibited on platforms. The motorcycle area too has been completely refurbished.
Each year in March Visit Brussels crowns in the Visit Brussels Awards the best activities & events of the past year that took place in the capital.
Autoworld has been nominated for the "Love Bugs Parade in the category' Best international event'.
You can help us to win this award by voting for The Love Bugs Parade on the website of VisitBrussels.
Thanks for your help!
For anyone who didn’t discover it in
Hall 11 (Dream Cars) at the Motor Show, from today to the end of March
Autoworld presents the E-Car 333, a 100% Belgian three-wheeler extolled as the
car that needs no petrol, discharges no harmful emissions and makes no noise.