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BMW i3 electric car to debut at London’s free-to-visit motor show

BMW’s highly anticipated electric car will be just one of the highlights of the forthcoming free-to-attend London Motorexpo, which opens later this month.

Motorexpo in London

It will be the first time the BMW i3 has been seen at a UK motoring event and the battery-powered model will be joined by other debutees including combustion powered models such as the Lotus Exige S, 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee, new Infiniti Q50 and face-lifted Skoda Superb, Jaguar F-TYPE and all-new Range Rover Sport.

Biggest display, free to attend

This year, the even expects to attract a record number of attendees with the key to its success; its open-access approach in the busy heart of London’s Canary Wharf. There’s no queuing, no crowded exhibiting halls and no tickets to pay for, visitors are free to check out the latest models the industry has to offer. With the widest ever range of exhibiting brands, the show will have for expected 460,000 visitors to see this year, with brands including Aston Martin, Bentley, Ferrari, Lamborghini, McLaren, Maserati, Porsche, BMW, MINI, Jaguar, Land Rover, Lexus, Mercedes, Volvo, Chrysler, Kia, SEAT and many more.

BMW i3 electric vehicle: will be at this year’s London Motorexpo Another key feature of the event is its interactivity; visitors are encouraged to touch, feel and experience the cars in a barrier-free environment. Thanks to the return of the Motorexpo DriveME feature, many of the vehicles on display are also available for visitors to test drive on the public highways in and around Canary Wharf. It is the only motoring event in the UK where this is possible on such a large scale.


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