Big names sign up for Motorexpo
7 April 2009

Several key car manufacturers have confirmed they will be taking part in a free motor show in London this year.

Despite the British Motor Show being cancelled for 2010, the Motorexpo event in Canary Wharf will run, and is promising to be bigger and better this year.

Last year 19 new vehicles made their UK show debuts, including the Alfa Romeo Brera S and Aston Martin DBS.

This year, Mercedes-Benz, Volvo, Aston Martin, Hummer, Jaguar, BMW and Porsche are among the manufacturers already signed up to display their cars.

Land Rover is planning to use the show to debut its 2010 line-up.

The organisers are expecting 325,000 visitors to this year’s show, which takes place from 8-14 June.

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