Emma Singapore Championship 2017 kicked off on the 21st of May, with Heat 1 commencing right at the rooftop of Carros Centre, a brand new industrial integrated development. We find this indsutrial setting unique and refreshing, given that the core audio–related activities in itself exude a distinctive vibe, with highly tuned vehicles popping open the rear third to showcase intricate in-car entertainment (ICE) projects to fellow mobile media enthusiasts.
A total of 76 entries competed, with judges flying in all the way from The Philippines (Marc Ayes) and Indonesia (Filipus Sebastain). Singapore’s Frankie Siau and Jack Seah rounded off the experienced pool of judging panel.
This event also served as a way to introduce Carros Centre to the automotive industry in Singapore. A Subaru car meet was held alongside the event, coupled with “EMMA Style”, which boasts quirky cars and vintage rides to spruce up the overall visual appeal of the carnival-like atmosphere. It is pretty safe to say that we have not seen something quite like this in a while, especially in Singapore where we could be constrained by space.
Heat 2 of EMMA Singapore will commence on the 24th of September. It will be held at the same venue, which is highly encouraging given the brilliant response during Heat 1. Watch this space as we share more insights on EMMA-related activities!
EMMA Singapore was made extra special this year, with the event held at the brand new Carros Centre, an industrial integrated development. This mega B2-industrial development by BS Capital Group is slated to become Singapore’s largest Freehold Automobile Mega Hub. It is located at 60 Jalan Lam Huat within Sungei Kadut. The freehold strata-titled industrial development boosts over 2.3 million square feet of built-up area, spanning across 8 floors and comprises a total of 383 strata units.
Designed to be an unique Automobile Mega Hub, offering a one-stop integrated facility which will house all automobile-related activities and services. Comprising column-free layout and driveway including loading/unloading area in front of all units, strata unit sizes range from 158 square metres to more than 1,000 square metres per unit with the flexibility to combine adjoining units. Additionally, it offers ramp-up access to all units including 40-foot container access to the loading/unloading bay at ground floor, as well as cargo and passenger lifts.