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Legendary DJ Carl Cox reveals....

Auto Express Podcast: hosted by top TV motoring journalist, presenter and racing driver, Vicki Butler-Henderson.


New Additions- Stop Press! Carl Cox Motor Sport to display a selection of vehicles from his private collection.
The 2021 event will also concentrate on technology, Evs, luxury brands, classics and city cars. There will also be new additions to the show including motorsport and motorcycle areas.
Visitors will have the chance to get up close and personal with all the exhibits as well as to learn about the latest technology from companies showcasing developments related to safety, electric vehicles, fuel alternatives and even driverless cars. The event will also showcase employment and training opportunities with the industry.

The London Motor Show has a range of exciting features and activities suitable for attendees of all ages.
From virtual reality racing and the chance to meet motoring legends and influencers.

Carl Cox International DJ.. Live at The London Motor Show
And it doesn’t end when the daytime show closes. The evenings will see private previews and music events taking place with World Famous International DJ Carl Cox behind the decks!

Tickets for the evening events will go on sale shortly, or just drop us a line to go on the advance waiting list.



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