With more to see and do than ever before, The Leasing.com London Motor & Tech Show has something for everyone
Sponsored by Theo. The Racing Bug race system is an amazing remote control racing track for all ages, great fun and outrageously addictive. The Theo track can be found in Hall 2 for racers of all ages. Can you beat your friends on the remote control Theo circuit? Or maybe you fancy your chances of beating the times set by our celebrities?
The Supercar Paddock in Hall 2 is the place to head to if you like your cars on the exotic side. With over £5million worth of combined vehicles, the paddock will be hosting vehicles you really will not find anywhere else. With a brace of Bugattis and one of only 6 E types, hand built by Jaguar themselves, along with Ferraris, Lamborghinis and more….
BLOODHOUND is a British supersonic land vehicle. Its goal is to match or exceed 1,000 miles per hour, achieving a new world land speed record. The pencil-shaped car, powered by a jet engine and a rocket engine, is designed to reach 1,050 miles per hour.
BLOODHOUND SSC Education will be at the show again this year with host of interactive features for you to try including the VR Bloodhound Experience, the Knex build challenge and the Bloodhound Driving Experience. .
You’ll find the car in Hall 1 along with the team behind the car throughout the show, including Richard Noble OBE on Saturday the 18th May.
The DriveTribe Owners enclosure is where you will find unique cars, nominated for display by their owners and voted for on social media. The top ten will be on display at the show, and judged by our panel of celebrities to find the car of the show. These are all something special, be it hand built, uber rare or a replica street cruiser.
On Saturday and Sunday join us in creating a gigantic Lego London Motor Show mosaic. Helping to raise money for sick children, while having fun at the same time, we’ll be inviting visitors to help us create a massive mosaic one tile at a time. Great fun for kids and adults alike.
Aimed at the younger drivers. The Battery powered Go Karts are aimed at 4 – 11 year olds. Your budding F1 racer can drive around the inflatable track, proving beyond doubt that they are the next world champion. Running from Friday 17th to Sunday 19th, the track will be located in Hall 3 next to the Imperial Cars Live Arena.
Every young visitor to the show will be given our free show iSpy and get a chance to enter the London Motor Show iSpy challenge. Ten cars at the show will have a letter hidden on them. Using the pictures in the guide, your mini iSpy’ers need to find the letters and complete a motor related word. Every entry will go into a competition and 10 lucky iSPY’ers will win a Family Ticket to next years show.