It’s a lot more than a car exhibition, but the London Motor and Tech Show will have more brands and car models on show than ever before.
In an amazing coup for the show, iconic British brand MG will be using the show for the full UK public debut of the brand new all Electric ZS.
Hyundai will be using the event as the UK show debut for its new performance-influenced SUV, the new Tucson N-Line, along with the award-winning IONIQ and Kona for customers to experience and test drive at the event.
Mitsubishi will be bringing along the recently revised Outlander PHEV, while Jaguar and Land Rover will be well-represented through their Pendragon dealerships – among the stars of the show will be the stunning Jaguar XE-based Project 8.
Other brands not to be missed include Audi, MG, Citroen, Kia, Ford, Isuzu, Nissan and Tesla.
In Hall 1, the best EVs on the market will be exhibited on ‘Electric Avenue’, our area dedicated to the latest plug-in cars available in the UK. We will have the newest models on show including the New Smart For Two Electric, the Renault Zoe, Hyundai Kona and Jaguar iPace.
Our ‘Built in Britain’ zone is where you will find some of the most amazing exotica at the show, all of it home-grown. Among the prestigious names on display will be Aston Martin, Rolls Royce and Bentley, along with more specialist manufacturers such as Caterham, Noble and the bonkers BAC Mono – effectively a racing car for the road.
In Hall 2, the Supercar Paddock and BIG area – where some of the most monstrous cars in the country will be exhibited – are the main features, along with Imperial Cars, which will be bringing along a fantastic range of vehicles from prestige models to affordable superminis, many of which will be available to test drive at the event.
Also there will be the Marketplace – a variety of suppliers who will be demonstrating their latest products and ideas, from new in-car tech from Theo through to cleaning products and model cars. After all, what’s a day out at a show without a souvenir to take home?
In Hall 2, visitors will additionally find some of our interactive areas such as the Great London Motor Show Lego build and the amazing live artwork of Popbang Colour, where Twitter sensation and artist Ian Cook will be creating works of art throughout the show, using remote control cars on a huge 10-metre canvas. It promises to add to an amazing day out for all the family.