Organisation Internationale des Constructeurs d'Automobiles

The Organisation Internationale des Constructeurs d'Automobiles, commonly abbreviated OICA (English: International Organization of Motor Vehicle Manufacturers[1]), is a federation of automobile manufacturers, based in Paris, founded in 1919.[1] It coordinates communication among manufacturers, as well as a number of international auto shows.


OICA hosts on its web site the working documents from various United Nations expert groups, including World Forum for Harmonization of Vehicle Regulations.[2]

Auto shows

The OICA coordinates scheduling for the following major auto shows:

Show name City Country Month Official link
North American International Auto ShowDetroit
European Motor Show BrusselsBrussels
Auto ExpoNew Delhi IndiaFebruary (even years)
Salon International de l'AutoGeneva
Bangkok International Motor ShowBangkok ThailandMarch / April (every year)
Beijing International Automotive ExhibitionBeijing China April (even years)
Seoul Motor ShowSeoul South KoreaApril (odd years)
Barcelona Motor ShowBarcelona SpainMay (odd years)
Salón del Automóvil de Buenos AiresBuenos Aires ArgentinaJune (odd years)
British International Motor ShowLondon United KingdomNo longer
Moscow International Automobile SalonMoscow RussiaAugust–
Internationale Automobil-AusstellungHanover GermanySeptember (even years)
Internationale Automobil-AusstellungFrankfurt GermanySeptember (odd years)
Mondial de l'AutomobileParis FranceOctober (even years)
Salão do Automóvel de São PauloSão Paulo BrazilOctober–November (even years)
Los Angeles Auto ShowLos Angeles
Tokyo Motor ShowTokyo JapanDecember (odd years)
Bologna Motor ShowBologna

See also


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