The Regent Street Motor Show in London is getting even bigger this year, running from Piccadilly Circus right up to Oxford Circus for the very first time.
Taking place on 2 November to tie in with the London to Brighton Veteran Car Run, the event – thought to be the largest free motor show in the UK – will this year showcase 50 years of the Porsche 911 and 100 years of Aston Martin.
Also, more than 100 of the pre-1905 veterans driving to Brighton on the following morning will take part in the EFG International Concours d'Elegance at the north end of Regent Street.
Ben Cussons, chairman of the Royal Automobile Club Motoring Committee, said: “The annual Regent Street Motor Show is a truly unique event. It is not only set in one of the world’s most famous shopping streets right in the heart of London’s buzzing West End but, featuring such a comprehensive collection of amazing cars, also provides a truly amazing spectacle. Now with the road closure stretching all the way up to Oxford Circus, there will be even more eye-catching displays for all-comers to enjoy come this year’s eagerly-anticipated event.”