Engines at the ready: on Saturday 6 November, Regent Street will be pedestrianised for the Regent Street Motor Show. Returning after a hiatus in 2020, take your weekend plans up a gear with a special day out that will delight motorheads and families alike.
Early Victorian and Edwardian transportation will be wonderfully represented, with over one hundred extraordinary pre-1905 pioneers present. Look out for the drivers and their passengers in head-turning period dress.
Watch these classic vehicles in the annual Veteran Car Concours d'Elegance on Regent Street ahead of the Bonhams London to Brighton Veteran Car Run which takes place the following morning and celebrates its 125th anniversary this year.
These veteran motors will be joined by collections of evocative classic and desirable contemporary cars bridging time within automotive history as the Motor Show celebrates the past and showcases the future. Discover the latest in automotive innovation with vehicles powered by electric, hydrogen and PHEV technology.
If you haven't yet visited the country's biggest free-to-view car-themed spectacle, what are you waiting for? It's family friendly with Regent Street pedestrianised from Piccadilly Circus to Oxford Circus. There's something for everyone with lots to see and do, including interactive displays and entertainment throughout the day from 10.30am until 4pm. It's also a perfect opportunity to get a head start on some Christmas shopping.
For further details and all the latest news, visit the official Regent Street Motor Show website.