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Article from BTNews 1 NOVEMBER 2021

London Motor Show

Bridging the gap and spanning the intervening decades between the epoch-defining Switch Live and Veteran Car Zones, London's Regent Street will be graced by fantastic collections of fabulous classic cars next Saturday 6 November.

A special collection of Jaguar E-types will be celebrating London in the swinging sixties and the lifestyle movement’s epicentre on the neighbouring Carnaby Street. Fans of James Bond will not want to miss either a number of standout Aston Martins or, indeed, their chance to have a selfie with one of the Land Rover Defenders from the recently released No Time To Die movie.
Other notable past icons include an original Land Rover Series 1 from the 1940s, a stunning Mercedes 300SL Gullwing from the 1950s, Lotus Esprit and Datsun 240Z sportsters from the 1970s plus a much-loved Ford Capri from the 1980s.
Providing yet more entertainment, regular performances from the West End Kids song and dance troupe will be reflecting on each of these automotive decades. The Top Gear Experience simulator will be on Regent Street together with Trackstars electric go-karts for those of a younger age.
Sotheby’s is also staging a prominent London auction of classic and collector’s cars in Waterloo Place, St James’s, on the same day.   
Further enhancing the overall visitor environment and providing less crowded viewing areas, the pavements in Regent Street have been significantly widened since the previous show in 2019.



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