On Saturday 5 November, central London will play host to over 300 iconic cars spanning the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries for the Regent Street Motor Show. Regent Street will be closed to other traffic, and you can watch for free.
The inaugural event, in conjunction with The Royal Automobile Club, will feature 50 Jaguar E-Types and 50 Mini Coopers, both of whom are celebrating their 50th anniversaries, 100 pre-1905 vehicles participating in the London to Brighton Veteran Car Run on Sunday 6 November and 80 cars from that day’s Brighton to London RAC Future Car Challenge. A variety of other presentations, displays and competitions will round out the show into a must for any vintage-loving petrolhead. Ben Cussons, Chairman of the Royal Automobile Club Motoring Committee said:
‘We are delighted to extend our relationship with the Regent Street Association to present the Regent Street Motor Show, which promises to deliver a truly remarkable spectacle of pioneering motoring through the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries.’
Regent Street will be closed to traffic between Piccadilly Circus and Conduit Street for the event. The Regent Street Motor Show is free to enter and opens from 10.30am to 4pm with a formal opening at 11am. Visit the website for further information.