Ferrari, BMW and Porsche among Moving Motor Show participants
16 April 2010

Over 20 car manufacturers, including Ferrari, BMW and Porsche, will be exhibiting at Goodwood’s Moving Motor Show in June, with UK debuts for cars such as the 458 Italia, the 5-series Touring and the new Cayenne.

The show runs one day before the Festival of Speed opens, but the Festival will be open to show-goers and entry is included in the £20 ticket price.

This year’s FOS featured marque is Alfa Romeo, so Alfa will be showing the new Giulietta at the show for the first time in the UK.

There’s also the chance to road test cars from the manufacturers on a purpose-built course.

Autocar is an official media partner for the Moving Motor Show and the Festival of Speed, so you can buy your tickets online at Goodwood Festival of Speed Moving Motor Show tickets.

Alternatively, call 01243 755055 and quote Autocar.

Goodwood Moving Motor Show - full participant list so far

Abarth; Alfa Romeo; Alpina; Audi; BMW; Ferrari; Honda; Jaguar; Lotus; Mazda; Mercedes-Benz; Morgan; Nissan; Porsche; Rolls-Royce; Volvo.

Goodwood Moving Motor Show - supercar paddock exhibitors

McLaren MP4-12C; Marussia B2; Veritas RS; Peugeot BB; Spyker C8 Aileron; Hennessy Venom GT; Cadillac CTS Coupe; revised AC Cobra; Renault Twizy, Tesla Fisker S.

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17 April 2010

Good heavens. A motor show where you can see the cars moving and test drive them. Whatever next, Food fairs where you can taste the food? Flower shows where you can touch and sniff the blooms? Bring back the good old days, where cars are displayed behind rope barriers, and snooty reps tell you not to touch :)

17 April 2010

lovin the headline...

1 July 2010

Can someone tell me why the Supercar section contains the Peugeot BB and the Renault Twizy ? Cars they may be but Super ? This is the Festival of Speed after all !!

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