Since ten years, on each odd year, Autoworld organises a biennale exhibition, scenically produced and with in-depth media coverage to end the year on a high note. No longer a question of celebrating the anniversary of one or other make, but to create an atmosphere, a décor… a dream, focussing on the most beautiful, the most legendary or the most representative cars to bring it all to life.
For this coming end of year, we will be crossing the Channel and heading to the United Kingdom. The “So British!, cars & lifestyle” exhibition promises to be an unforgettable immersion into the world of a nation that has seen the birth of an impressive number of mythical motorcars!
More than 50 mythical British post-war cars- among which several rare and exceptional vehicles – will be displayed in a typical London atmosphere which through its structure and realism will take visitors back.
In this holiday season, pretty shopping streets with chic showcases form the backdrop. In addition, a "Black Box" will house some supercars.The whole museum will be on time for the traditional Christmas shopping with its beautiful decorations and giant Christmas tree.
All those who know London are fully aware that the British people have no problem in bringing out their splendid classic or supercars; the most exclusive machines rubbing shoulders with the mainstream vehicles. That is why “So British!” will merrily bring together the entirety of the British production.
All existing makes : Aston Martin, Bentley, Jaguar, Land Rover, Lotus, McLaren, Mini, Rolls Royce and those that for British car enthusiasts remain a wonderful souvenir will be on hand: Austin, Bristol, Gordon Keeble, Hillman, Humber, Jaguar, Jowett, MG, Singer, Triumph of Vauxhall, … These will be complemented by several key motorbike makes such as BMC, Brough Superior, Norton, Triumph, Vincent...
Livened up by numerous scale models and a shop, the exhibition not only wishes to enamour all fans of historic, sports and supercars; but in addition, and more especially all those nostalgic of the “British way of life”.