Now in its 20th year, Motorexpo parks up in and around Canary Wharf bringing shiny collection of more than 100 choice vehicles, including the biggest names in luxury and supercars.
Visitor numbers are expected to run into the hundreds of thousands for the free event which runs June 8-14, making it the largest-attended car event in the country.
The roads around the estate will become a test drive track as manufacturers look to cash in on a healthy economy while Motorexpo regular Nigel Mansell, former Formula One world champion will host a charity gala dinner for UK Youth.
Among the four-wheeled star attractions will be a Ferrari 458 Speciale and the Lamborghini Aventador but also on the stands are:
- Abarth 695 Biposto
- Volvo XC90
- Audi RS6 Avant
- Rolls-Royce Wraith
- Infiniti Q70
- Porsche 911 GTE
- Lamborghini Gallardo LP 570-4 Superleggara Edizione Tecnica
- Land Rover Discovery Sport
- Bentley GTC Speed
- BMW M4 Cabriolet
- Jaguar XE
- Lexus RC F
- Lotus Evora 400
- Maserati Ghibli
- Tesla Model S
- Mercedes-Benz A45 AMG 4Matic
All will have experts on hand to explain specifications and demonstrate key features and Motorexpo’s DriveME feature is back by popular demand where visitors can test drive a wide selection of super cars around the Canary Wharf estate.
Motorexpo CEO Graeme Carver said: “London Motorexpo is always a pleasure to organise and we know people really enjoy the event. The vehicles make a magnificent spectacle and it’s also a truly impressive display of car design in a relaxed and world class environment.
“It’s a highlight of the Canary Wharf events calendar and one of the most commercially viable as workers and visitors stream out of the offices to marvel at the displays for free. Visitors enjoy talking to car industry experts who have the latest detail and information on the amazing vehicles on show.”
Meanwhile, not to be outdone, across the floating bridge West India Quay is showcasing the prime motors of the Classic Car Club.
Motorexpo is open daily from 10am to 6pm (June 8-13) and 11am to 5pm on Sunday June 14.