New supercar feature for January’s Birmingham NEC event will also include Honda NSX and Aston Martin DB11
Sam Sheehan
12 December 2016

A new Autocar and supercar feature is being introduced to the 2017 Performance Car Show, bringing together favourite exotic models tested by the two sister motoring brands.

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Confirmed for the Autocar and Pistonheads section of the show is the new Ford GT, Aston Martin DB11, Honda NSX and Lexus LC 500 V8 Sport.

These four models and four more will be on show at the supercar stand in Hall 19. Elsewhere, the live action arena will make use of the UK’s largest indoor race track.

The Performance Car Show takes place at Birmingham’s NEC on the 14-15 January 2017. Tickets can be purchased here.

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