2020 marks the sixth annual London Classic Car Show to grace the capital but this year’s classic proceedings will be held at the historic Olympia exhibition centre in West Kensington, London, England on 20‐23 February 2020.
The capital’s premier classic London’s premier classic car event has moved lock, stock, and two smoking exhausts to its new home in Kensington, marking the next chapter in the history of the London Classic Car Show.
New features, venue and colours will transform the Olympia London into a classic car enthusiast paradise, bringing together a vast range of enthusiasts, dealers, collectors, experts, classic car owners and a comprehensive selection of the UK’s leading classic car dealers.
Not only will visiting classic car collectors and connoisseurs have the opportunity to view and purchase a vasty range of desirable cars, but they will also be treated to a brand‐new selection of carefully curated features and celebrations of some of the most exotic and exquisite marques from throughout the decades. Complementing the vast range of cars will be a host of premium service providers and associated products, offering visitors a one‐stop solution for all their classic car needs.
Bas Bungish, London Classic Car Show Event Director:
“Olympia London will play the perfect host for next year’s London Classic Car Show, as we hand‐pick the very best classic cars available for purchase in the UK and overseas as well as celebrate some of the most iconic cars and marques to have ever been built. The new central location, in the heart of one of London’s most exclusive neighbourhoods, is the fitting place to appreciate and honour these fantastic machines. Our move to Olympia London allows us to offer an improved and accessible premium platform for our valued exhibitors, and an even better experience for those travelling from across the UK, Europe and around the globe to view and purchase these incredible cars.”
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London Classic Car Show 2020 – Grand Avenue?
All new features have yet to be announced but the extremely popular Grand Avenue experience where visitors can witness the motoring action up-close and personal is being replaced by a new theme.
Playing host to themes such as ‘The Perfect 10’, ‘6 Nations’ and ‘A Century of Motoring’, last year’s Grand Avenue will payed homage to some motoring ‘Firsts’ where an impressive line-up of cars that made a designer’s name, pioneered a new material or founded manufacturing dynasties were showcased.
Tickets for The London Classic Car Show 2020 go on sale on Wednesday 30th October 2019 and can be purchased via this link.