Motorexpo 2010


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Motorexpo organisers have today released the first details concerning their 2010 Canary Wharf London event which will run from Monday 7th – Sunday 13th June and is completely free for visitors to attend.

The 2010 Canary Wharf London Motorexpo will be the UK’s biggest motor show event this summer, with an estimated audience of over 400,000 visitors. As in previous years the exhibitor line-up covers the full range of the automotive spectrum; with manufacturers including Alfa Romeo, BMW, Infiniti, Jaguar, Land Rover, Porsche, Skoda and Triumph just a few of the names set to display their latest vehicle line-ups to the Canary Wharf business community and the events wider family and car loving weekend audience.

New additions for this year will see the Motorexpo offer an increased number of interactive displays and test drive facilities, a dedicated Motor Sport Zone and a showcase of some of the greatest ever Le Mans vehicles in association with BEN – the automotive industry charity and official charity partner of the 2010 Canary Wharf London Motorexpo.

The 15th annual London Motorexpo is entirely free for visitors to attend, with no tickets or queues to enter and boasts the iconic backdrop of Canary Wharf’s towers as its premium setting. Easily accessible by road, rail, river and air, visitors to the Motorexpo also enjoy a range of excellent facilities with over 200 shops, bars and restaurants onsite at Canary Wharf, making the Motorexpo a great day out for all the family.

The unique format of the Motorexpo has proved so successful that organisers are continuing with their international expansion and this May will see them unveil their first Los Angeles event in the heart of the city’s downtown business district at Bank of America Plaza. Following their 2010 London show, they will then deliver their 3rd Annual New York event at the World Financial Center in Lower Manhattan and the future continuing growth of Motorexpo is already confirmed with next year set to see the first Toronto Motorexpo take place.

Graeme Carver, Motorexpo Managing Director said; “The Motorexpo has come through the acid-test of the global economic downturn and is viewed as a viable and steadfast sales platform from which the world’s leading motor manufacturers can meet our locations car buying audience’s. Unlike any other format of motoring event the Motorexpo is truly a modern style of motor show and one that is loved by both our exhibitors and visitors alike. We look forward to welcoming everyone to Canary Wharf this June, for what looks set to be our biggest ever event!”