Auto Expo is Asia's biggest motor show mutually sorted out with Automotive Component Manufacturers Association of India (ACMA), Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) and Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM). The event ranks second-largest automotive show in the world. It is held in the NCR Region, Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh.\u00a0 \n\n\n\nClick Here for Details\n\n\n\nEvery year the show receives 1,205 participants and 1,15,330 visitors. The next edition of the Auto Expo show will be held on 7 \u2013 12th February 2020 in Pragati Maidan, New Delhi.\n\n\n\n AUTO EXPO 2018 Image Source - Economic Times\n\n\n\nMany automobile companies participate in this happening for showcasing their new-made vehicles and vehicle accessories, but, this time Hero Motors won\u2019t be the piece of the show. It is because the company is going to need both finance as well as labor to fulfill the BS6 time constraint of April 2020. \u00a0It is reported that the company has chosen to skip the Auto Expo planned for February one year from now.\n\n\n\nStatement Report By The Hero MotoCorp:\n\n\n\n Image Source - Livemint.com\n\n\n\n"The domestic two-wheeler industry has been passing through a time of volatility, with market demand still continuing to be sluggish. Notwithstanding these challenges, Hero MotoCorp - and indeed the entire industry - is gearing up for the migration to the new emission norms ahead of the mandatory deadline of April 1, 2020.\n\n\n\n At a time such as this, it is prudent for us to prioritize our resources towards meeting business objectives for the benefit of our customers and other stakeholders.\u00a0 In keeping with our prioritized objectives, we have decided after much deliberation, to skip the upcoming Auto Expo", said the statement.\n\n\n\nThe way that the greatest bike producer won't be available at India's chief automobile expo is a demonstration of the troublesome occasions the vehicle industry is as of now confronting. Hero MotoCorp more often has the biggest structure at the biennial occasion and its non-appearance is a gigantic awakening for the vehicle business' monetary well-being. \n\n\n\nAnother report also comes that with Hero other automobile industries like TVS, Bajaj Auto, Royal Enfield, and Yamaha would also be unable to engage with the Auto Expo 2020.