The London Motor Show returned to Battersea Park for the second consecutive year from the 4th – 7th May 2017. This year saw record numbers of car enthusiasts and their families visit the show.
For T W White & Sons, the Motor Show was a fantastic opportunity to showcase the brand new Mazda MX-5 RF which launched in the UK in March this year. Featuring a power retractable hardtop that has been beautifully crafted using Mazda’s flowing KODO: Soul of Motion design theme, the RF’s advanced roof can be opened while driving (up to 6mph), transferring you from the quiet of the cabin to the exhilarating joy of open air driving.
In addition to the RF, The Mazda (MX-5) Roadster in Automatic was on display, available exclusively in the UK from T W White & Sons. Fancy the thrill of open top driving but with the ease of an automatic gearbox, then this may well be the car for you! Finishing off the Mazda vehicles on display were the CX-5 and CX-3 SUV crossover vehicles.
Centre of the T W White & Sons stand was the Mitsuoka Roadster. Following the launch of the Mitsuoka Brooklands Roadster at last year’s London Motor Show, the standard Roadster was displayed showing off sports style wire wheels and a cream leather interior. The Mitsuoka Roadster has been designed to pay tribute to the British racing heritage and combines influences from a number of classic roadster models, yet offers state of the art comfort and conveniences.
Please click below to open and download the revelant PDF brochures for the vehicles which were on display at the 2017 London Motor Show:
Visitors to the show enjoyed getting up close and personal with over 130 brand new vehicles and were able to listen to talks from a variety of celebrities from Tiff Needell through to Jodi Kidd. There were a number of practical displays, were visitors were able to experience autonomous braking (Smart City Brake Support) systems from Stop The Crash.
Visitors to the T W White & Sons stand were able to enter a prize draw to win a Christopher Ward Limited Edition Brooklands Chronometer, which was built to celebrate the first British Grand Prix which took place on the famous Brooklands Racing Circuit in 1926. If you didn’t get a chance to enter at the show, there is still time to enter by sharing your photos with the hashtag #twwhiteLMS. Entries close on 14th May 2017.
For more information on any of the cars displayed at the 2017 London Motor Show, please contact a member of our sales teams.