Crowds flock to the Leasing.com London Motor & Tech Show
Visitors were queuing at the doors ahead of the opening of the Leasing.com London Motor and Tech Show on its second day, underlining the show’s importance as a thriving showcase for the British car industry.
With live stage guests including Mike Brewer, Tiff Needell and the Car SOS team of Fuzz Townshend and Tim Shaw, along with live displays from the Paul Swift stunt team and tyre-squealing action from the Caterham Drift Taxi, who will all be with us throughout the weekend, the event thrilled visitors with its multiple interactive, high-octane, visitor-focused attractions.
Already hailed in the press and by visitors as a huge success, it’s great to see that the improved event has ticked all the right boxes with everyone who came along.
Mr Wheeler Dealer himself, Mike Brewer, said: “The show is unique in that the visitors become part of the show themselves, with so many interactive elements. Plus, with free entry for kids, it’s a superb value family day out.
“This is the first time I’ve been involved with the show, and it’s great to see so many different car-related things here, from electric cars to classic cars and supercars. There’s so much content, it’s difficult to pack it all into one day.”
London Motor and Tech Show CEO, Andy Entwistle, added: “This year, the London Motor and Tech Show has clearly come of age – we’ve had national and international car launches, including the global reveal of the new MG ZS Electric, and people have been telling me all day how great it is to have the live elements, and access to some of the show’s star guests, who are more than happy to engage with visitors.
“2019 will be remembered as the year that the show really made its mark. With thousands of visitors through the door on what’s traditionally the quietest public day, we can’t wait to see how vibrant the show will be over the weekend.”
The London Motor and Tech Show, in association with Leasing.com, Drivetribe and Imperial Cars, is open from 9am – 6pm until Sunday May 19that the London ExCel exhibition centre.