Global motor brands will use the show to display their latest innovations, hyper cars, hybrids, executive machines, MPVs and SUVs including the smallest most economic city cars, runabouts and motorcycles. Not simply a static display, The London Motor Show 2016 will offer off-site driving experiences, active safety demonstrations and simulator rides.
Alec Mumford, chairman of the London Motor Show, said: “The Telegraph is the perfect partner to be supporting The London Motor Show with its automotive heritage and wide appeal to motoring enthusiasts across the UK. Partnering with Britain’s best-selling quality newspaper will enable us to reach out to their readership, keeping them up to date on the exciting developments as we approach this wonderful all-encompassing family event.”
Toby Moore, publishing director – specialist and international, at The Telegraph, added: “The Telegraph has always been a firm supporter of the motoring industry so we are pleased to be able to build on this in 2016 and bring our readers closer to the innovations that this exciting industry has to offer.”