If you are hooked on social networks and eccentric supercars you will surely know POG, the renowned youtuber. You will be delighted to learn that his Mc Pog, the McLaren 675LT Spider, in a limited edition of 500 copies, will be displayed at Autoworld during the 'So British!' exhibition from the 12th through to the 26th January 2020.
On Friday 17th January, POG will be present in person for a book signing session on the occasion of an 'after work' evening from 18.00 through to 20.30hrs, with a lounge bar and DJ entertainment.
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Come and enjoy the magical atmosphere of a typical British Christmas. The entire museum has taken on a 'Christmas shopping' appearance … decorations, seasonal music, a giant Christmas tree, a shop with typical ‘So British’ products …
Why not enjoy a drink in our Gin Bar set-up in the exhibition. Open throughout the Christmas holidays and during the weekends.
And every day a 'very British' menu is available at Autoworld’s Brasserie during the exhibition.
'So British!', Autoworld’s 6th biennial exhibition was officially inaugurated yesterday evening with an impressive panel of personalities, of which the Minister of State Mr Herman De Croo and His Excellency the British Ambassador in Belgium, Sir Martin Shearman, as also numerous collectors and aficionados of historic vehicles. More than 1200 guests were present and one could sense the passion.
As a prelude to the inauguration, Autoworld welcomed the penultimate stage of the transcontinental long-haul event: 'The Last Overland' on December 12.
Three Land Rover, of which an original 1955 model, arrived at the Esplanade du Cinquantenaire after a journey of more than three months. Having set-off from Singapore on 25th August, the cars retraced, in a reversed route, the journey carried out 64 years ago by three Brits who had left from London to reach Singapore.
Yesterday Land Rover had invited the entire 'Defender' community to attend the event.
A rather original manner to greet one of the legendary English vehicles.