18 May 2004

This week, Autocar gives you 101 reasons not to miss the biggest treat in any UK new car nut's calendar - the British Motorshow.

Running from 28 May to 6 June at its familiar Birmingham NEC venue, this year's show is shaping up to be one of the most engaging and fun-packed of recent memory. There's no better chance to get close to cars like Aston's DB9, Porsche's Carrera GT and the new Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren. However, our reasons to go range from taking as many of the new test drives as you can, to measuring the gape of Peugeot's new 407. You could even take a pencil and write your own show report.

Now that it only comes every two years, it's even more important that the British show-going public seizes this year's show as an opportunity to sample the newest metal on the market. If you need more motivation than that, get Autocar this week; we've got all the reasons you could possibly need. Otherwise, log on to www.motorshowlive.com to reserve your ticket, and we'll see you there.

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