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Free London motor show

London’s Canary Wharf will be host to 11th annual Motorexpo, the capital’s free-to-visit motor show, which runs from May 22-28.

Over 30 manufacturers will be represented at the Motorexpo and will be exhibiting throughout the 97-acre Canary Wharf estate: both outdoors and indoors.

Visitors will be able to see a number of UK show debuts including: the Audi Q7, Subaru B9 Tribeca, Volkswagen Eos, Range Rover Sport HST, all-new Jaguar XK, Maserati.

The Motorexpo offers visitors the opportunity to test drive cars from manufacturers such as Toyota, Cadillac and Maserati.

Graeme Carver, Motorexpo managing director, said: "The Motorexpo is primarily a business-focused show, with many of our visitors being business people from right across London. However, since its launch in 1996, the Motorexpo has grown to become a platform at which many manufacturers choose to show their latest vehicles for the first time; this has widened our audience and now attracts motoring enthusiasts from across the country."

An estimated 300,000 people visited the week-long show last year.

"One of the reasons that the show has developed at such a rate is that it offers manufacturers’ unique access to London’s affluent business catchment, resulting in high quality leads and strong sales. The number of visitors continues to grow every year and we are looking forward to welcoming people to this year’s show," said Carver.

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