Congratulations to our 2017 London Motor Show competition winners

Congratulations to our 2 competition winners, who will each receive a pair of complimentary tickets to The London Motor Show 2017.the-london-motor-show-2016

Anyone into their cars will love it.  Our winners and congratulations go to:

  • Sally Bullion; &
  • Stewart Longhurst.

What do you have to look forward to?  Well, taking centre stage at the London Motor Show will be:

  • the Lamborghini Aventador S, the highly anticipated 217mph Italian supercar;
  • the Ferrari GTC4 Lusso, a four seat, four wheel drive GT which produces 680 bhp from its V12 engine;
  • the stunning Rolls Royce Wraith Black Badge, a performance-focused luxury car will also be on display at the Battersea show; and
  • the £135,000 Bentley Bentayga which will go from 0-62mph in around four seconds.

We have no doubt that you’ll have a great time at this wonderful event. Let us know all about it below, so those that did not attend can get your thoughts and highlights, so they don’t miss out for next year.

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Watch this space for lots more free ticket competitions, next up is Motorsport at the Palace.

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2 comments on "Congratulations to our 2017 London Motor Show competition winners"

  • Will Wynn says:

    Great feedback Stewart. Glad you liked it, and no doubt the event will try to get bigger and better year on year. Take note organisers.

  • Stewart Longhurst says:

    I went to the London Motor Show with fairly low expectations as its rebirth is only into its second year and I’d heard varying levels of disappointment from last year’s show.

    Clearly it has improved although still feels a little provincial given its venue in the capital of one of the major car producing nations. Aside from maybe the models listed in Will’s intro above, there was very little else that you couldn’t have seen at your local motor retail park or indeed parked in the street in nearby Chelsea.

    I would pick out a few other cars for special mention. The Aston Martin Valkyrie as featured/named at Geneva. The new Alpina looked great but it would take a sharp eyed fan to distinguish it from the donor BMW from any distance. Similar in name but dissimilar in every other sense was the Alpine A110 – Renault’s reimagined sports car aimed at the F-type / Cayman market. Sales are going very well – so much so if you ordered now you’d be able to take delivery in June 2018! French buyers were also present to take up some of the UK allocation – their native allotment being well oversubscribed.

    Would I go again? Probably. If it maintains some momentum and improves each year it will become a must-attend event within a few years. It needs to secure the presence of a few manufacturers rather than just their principal dealerships and specialist tuners or customisers and maybe change venue to be able to have some live car action.

    Thanks again to Will and MyCarHeaven for the tickets and the opportunity.

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A bucket list addition: to visit the Petersen Automotive Museum

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