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HR Owen to support London Motor Show with supercar stars

Ferrari 488 Spyder Ferrari 488 Spyder
The  203mph Ferrari 488 Spyder
Lamborghini's Huracán Spyder is set for HR Owen's stand
The first-ever Bentley SUV, the Bentayga, will also be on display
Rolls Royce Motor Cars' Dawn Convertible
Italian style: The Maserati Ghibli

HR Owen has confirmed its involvement in the forthcoming London Motor Show with a line-up of its ultra-premium cars set to make appearances.

Ferrari’s 203mph 488 Spider will sit alongside Lamborghini’s Huracán Spyder, Bentley’s Bentayga SUV, the Maserati Ghibli and Rolls-Royce Dawn convertible will all be part of the London-based supercar specialist’s display at the event

Battersea Evolution will host the show in its inaugural year between May 5th and 8th.

Tom King, marketing director for HR Owen, said: “London and HR Owen go hand-in-hand and we’re proud to have become a very recognisable part of the high-end car market in this amazing city.

“It’s only right that London has a world-class motor show, and we’re very happy to be doing our part by bringing along some of the world’s most exciting cars.”

HR Owen’s award-winning Ferrari dealership in South Kensington – recently crowned the best Ferrari retailer in the world – will be showcasing the Ferrari 670hp 488 Spider, fresh from a recent global unveil at the Geneva Motor Show.

Sitting alongside is the eye-catching Lamborghini Huracán Spyder from Lamborghini London.

Rolls-Royce Motor Cars London will be showcasing the opulent Dawn – only the third drophead model produced by the famous British manufacturer in the last 50 years - while Jack Barclay of Mayfair will be displaying Bentley’s first-ever SUV, the Bentayga.

A Maserati Ghibli, meanwhile, will be provided by HR Owen Maserati in South Kensington. 

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