Interactive map of British motor show now online
2 April 2008

You can get a sneak preview of this summer’s British motor show at www.britishmotorshow.co.uk. Organisers have launched an interactive online map allowing visitors to plan their day in advance and showcasing the key attractions at ExCel from 23 July to 3 August. There will be a purpose-built sports car track and a classic car enclosure, and jet-skiing will be available to the public on the Thames. And if that's not enough there will also be a live concert held each evening. Meatloaf, Jools Holland and Status Quo are just some of the featured performances, and best of all the 'Music motor show' tickets cost from £25 and get you entry to the motor show and concert. Standard entry tickets to the motor show start from £10. Ferrari, Aston Martin and Bentley are all displaying cars, and debuts will include the Ford Focus RS.

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