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UK Motor Show opens today with brand new format

The British Motor Show opens on August 19, 2021, with a unique new format set to include a live stage, five driving experiences and even more cars.

Final preparations are also underway at Farnborough International, which opens today with an exhibition of British Army Parachute Team Lightning Bolts.

The event will take place August 19-22 at the Hampshire Exhibition Center.

The show officially opens at 10 a.m. Thursday with an appearance by British Army Parachute Team Lightning Bolts, who return Friday, Saturday and Sunday to fall from the sky into the 20,000-foot live arena (6 096 meters) at noon each day.

The featured part of the show will be the live stage, hosted by CAR SOS Duo Tim Shaw and Fuzz Townshend. Auto experts will interview various celebrities and auto influencers including TV star Vicki Butler-Henderson, YouTube legend Yianni Charalambous and BTCC driver Ash Sutton.

Automotive TV specialist Mike Brewer will host the Live Arena and invited special guest Ty DeLorean. Paul Swift’s stunt team will present a side-driving and two-wheeler demonstration. Supercar parades will also host the event, during which an incredible selection of the world’s most exotic cars will enter the arena.

The arena will also feature the parade of vintage cars. Each day the event will conclude with a round of motor football – the British Motor Show’s own take on the Euro 2020 Football Championship final. Participants will see Fiats and MINIS representing England and England. Italy.

Highlights include the new Select Electric Motor Show which will showcase the latest electric vehicles, three major automotive debuts and a ‘supercar paddock’ featuring over 50 supercars each day.

An automotive career exhibition will run throughout the event and will support various employers and employees in the automotive industry.

“We are really in full swing now that the show begins its final countdown”, says British Motor Show CEO Andy Entwistle. “Nowhere else can car fans and their families have such an incredible day during the 2021 summer vacation.”

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