Subaru thinking ahead
SUBARU plans to use the newly amalgamated Australian motor show for more major events.
‘‘We will see more world reveals with one show on the calendar,’’ says Nick Senior (right).
The rotational plan for the show, with Sydney and Melbourne displays in alternate years, is already on the Subaru calendar.
‘‘We will also have some exciting displays at Melbourne next year. Maybe not a world first, but instead of five new things we will have one big thing.’’
He is also a fan of the new date for the show, which switches to July for next year and beyond.
‘‘You just come off the high of June sales and July and August are a bit of a hangover, so a July show would put more spark into sales.’’