The annual Regent Street Motor Show on Saturday 4th November,

The annual Regent Street Motor Show on Saturday 4th November,

Found 2nd Nov 2017
The annual Regent Street Motor Show returns

on Saturday 4th November, showcasing over 125 years of motoring from

past, present and future.

From 10.30am – 4pm, Regent Street will once again become a traffic free

thoroughfare, host to the UK’s largest free-to-view motor show.

The showcase will see timeless classic cars alongside the latest in

modern motorcars; futuristic low and zero emission electric and hybrid

vehicles from leading manufacturers.The Veteran Car Concours d’Elegance remains an event highlight,

displaying around 100 remarkable motoring pioneers all vying for honours

and prizes, including “top French car and ensemble” a nod to the theme

of this year’s Veteran Car Run.

In keeping with the spirit of the event, many of the drivers and

passengers will also be dressed in period costume, reflecting the

fashions of a bygone era; garments that may well have been sold on our

very street at the end of the nineteenth century.

Fun for all the family there will be the opportunity to take test drives

in the latest machinery, street entertainment from dance troupes and

even a daring motorcycle stunt team.

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