Motoring enthusiasts are expected to turn up in numbers when The Regent Street Motor Show honours 125 years of motoring history in London on Saturday 31 October.

The largest free-to-view motor show in the UK will be dedicated to the earliest day of motoring with a throwback to the pre-1905 veteran cars on display as part of the prestigious EFG International Concours d'Elegance.

Event goers will have the exciting opportunity to receive an insight into what the future of motoring may hold with present day and yesteryear cars featuring at this year's family-friendly show.

"The Regent Street Motor Show is now established as a great day out for all the family, and is a real celebration of more than a century of our motoring history," said Peter Foubister, Motoring Secretary of the Royal Automobile Club.

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"The huge variety of exhibits ranging from the horseless carriages from the dawn of motoring to the cars of today and tomorrow really captures the imagination of visitors whether they have come specifically to see the show or simply catch it while out shopping."

Embracing everything from the earliest 19th Century veterans to the 21st Century cars of the future, The Regent Street Motor Show is organised by Goose Live Events on behalf of the Regent Street Association and the Royal Automobile Club.

Since beginning in 2005 when the first Veteran Car Run International Concours was staged on Regent Street, the show has since become a unique and integral part of London Motor Week.

The Show will take place from 10:30 until 16:00 on Saturday 31 October, with Regent Street closed off to traffic from Oxford Circus to Piccadilly Circus, allowing for a safe environment for visitors to enjoy the motoring extravaganza.


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