The Lord Mayor's show, a colourful parade that celebrates the swearing in of a new London mayor, played host to British manufacturer Aston Martin this year.
Six new Aston Martins participated in the annual parade, bringing an end to the manufacturer's centenary celebrations.
Also involved in the parade, which covered approximately three and a half miles through central London, were more than 7000 people, 150 horses and hundreds of vehicles.
Besides the modern Astons, highlights of the event included the Band of the Scots Guards, giant robots, a traction engine, motorised bathtubs and armoured vehicles.
Over the course of the year, Aston has been celebrating its 100th year with myriad events, including a display of iconic Astons in Kensington Gardens and centenary parades at both the Nürburgring and Le Mans.
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